Nevada Organic Phosphate Appoints Garry Smith, P.Geo. Director

Nevada Organic Phosphate Inc. (“NOP” or the “Company) (CSE: NOP), a BC based company engaged in the exploration, in Nevada, for organic, sedimentary raw rock phosphate, is pleased to announce the appointment Garry K Smith, P.Geo to the Board of Directors.

“Garry will help strengthen the Board’s focus on identifying and achieving strategic corporate growth initiatives to create shareholder value with his proven track record of deposit discovery, resource delineation and evaluation, project generation and acquisitions, and a reputation for building and leading successful discovery oriented multidisciplinary teams” stated Robin Dow, Chief Executive Officer of NOP.

“I am excited to oversee exploration, development, and economic evaluation of NOP’s prospects with an initial focus on advancing the Murdock Mountain Rock Phosphate Project” added Mr. Smith. His duties will include:

  • Contributing to the formulation and implementation of strategic plans
  • Oversight of all the exploration activities and review and evaluation of potential new projects and opportunities
  • Oversight and organization of QA/QC protocols, data management, preparation of geological models and associated information for use in NI 43-101 compliant Resource Estimates, Preliminary Economic Assessments and Feasibility Studies
  • Acting as the Qualified Person for the Company’s Technical Reports, News Releases and Presentations

The Company also announces the resignation of Patricia Purdy as a director and the corporate secretary of the Company, as well as Edwin Beaman and Michael Newman as directors. The Company wishes to thank Ms. Purdy, Mr. Beaman and Mr. Newman Page 1/2 for their years of faithful service and commitment to the Company throughout its development, and wish all of them well in their future endeavours.

Nevada Organic Phosphate Inc.

NOP is a junior exploration company with an organic sedimentary raw rock phosphate bed, 8.25 kilometers long, in northeast Nevada. This is believed to be the only known organic sedimentary phosphate project in North America. It is situated close to the main highway to Montello/Elko, Nevada, and near the rail head to California.

For More Information

Robin Dow,


T: 604.355.9986


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