Located near La Porte, the Taber Mine is an underground placer mine covering about 650 acres of unpatented mining claims situated on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

The mine is on a northern extension of the historic Mother Lode/Melones fault zone, in the Gibsonville mining district.

A 100 ton per day mill is in place on the Taber property, which at an average historical grade of 0.45 ounces per ton can accommodate production of more than 1,000 ounces of gold per month.

According to the company, the property is fully-permitted and it can start production once the Taber tunnel has been rehabilitated and the permits have been renewed.

The Taber Mine contains a mineable resource of 86,667 ounces of gold, the company said.