Sunday, January 10, 2010

Arizona: Bonanza Goldfields receives final approval from Bureau of Land Management


Sunday, 10 January 2010
Bonanza Goldfields Corp (BONZ:OTCBB) announced today that it has received final approval from U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to start work on its BRB Claim which is currently comprised of two unpatented placer claims (320 acres) on BLM ground in the southern part of the Vulture Mining District, Maricopa County Arizona on the northeastern flank of the Belmont Mountains.
Gold Explorations LLC will manage this work with the trenching focusing to cover the six gold soil anomalies discovered by soil sample results obtain from approximately 400 soil samples taken previously.

Gold Explorations LLC has completed the surveying for trench sites on the eastern portion of the (BRB) Black Rock Basin Project in western Maricopa County, Arizona. These trench sites or horizontal drill holes are designed to locate gold, silver and base metal mineralization at bedrock. Only a portion of the known anomalies are covered in this first phase. The west half of the property is not affected by this first phase and may be explored later by conventional reverse circulation drilling techniques and short trenches.

A Notice of Intent has been filed and accepted with the Phoenix BLM Office and we expect to commence the backhoe trenching in late January. We are very optimistic about this first phase of work due to the quality of the anomalies and the record high gold prices, holding at around $1,100 per ounce" said Steve Karolyi of Gold Explorations LLC

About Bonanza Goldfields Corp.

Bonanza Goldfields Corp. engages in the acquisition, exploration and development of natural resource properties in the United States, primarily in the State of Arizona. The Company owns the mining rights to two unpatented placer claims in the Black Rock Basin (BRB), located on 320 acres of BLM ground in the southern part of the Vulture Mining District, Maricopa County Arizona on the northeastern flank of the Belmont Mountains. Over the past two years, Bonanza has taken over 400 soil and rock chip samples from the BRB claims. Prior samples indicate gold up to 0.10 oz per ton, silver up to 7 oz per ton, lead over 20% and zinc over 30% per ton with some copper. For more information on Bonanza Goldfields Corp., please visit

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Source: Bonanza Goldfields Corp

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