Resource Expansion Drilling Intersections At The Moss Mine

VANCOUVER - Northern Vertex Mining Corp. announced recent results from its multi-phase infill and resource expansion drilling program at the Moss Mine in NW Arizona. Results for this release are focused on drilling targeting the Moss and Ruth veins and the intersection between these veins at depth below the Center and East pits of the producing Moss Mine.

Key Points: 36.58 meters grading 1.46 g/t gold and 35.10 g/t silver, including 15.24 meters grading 2.05 g/t gold and 52.38 g/t silver at the interpreted intersection between the Moss and Ruth veins in drillhole AR21-410C; 30.85 meters grading 1.65 g/t gold and 34.25 g/t silver, including 6.10 meters grading 3.83 g/t gold and 81.85 g/t silver for the Moss vein in drillhole AR21-411C; 8.23 meters grading 3.22 g/t gold and 18.10 g/t silver for the Ruth vein in drillhole AR21-414C; and Drilling indicates the potential for significant mineralization at depths ranging between 20 meters to 170 meters below the current base of our deepest pit, with all drillholes in this area intersecting gold and silver mineralization.

President, Michael G. Allen, said, “We are currently only mining along 1,500 meters of the approximately 6,000 meters strike length of the Moss vein traceable on surface. All recent drilling results support our thesis that there is additional resource expansion potential along strike of, and at depth beneath, the Moss Mine. Additionally, our view is that the regional opportunity is also significant, which is why we permitted over 500 new drill sites and are methodically drilling the highest priority sites right now."