In May 2022, Kalamazoo Resources was granted NSW Exploration Licence EL9403 (990km2), referred to as the Jingellic Lithium Project, for an initial period of six years.

Located in the Lachlan Fold Belt of southern NSW, the Jingellic Lithium Project is a ‘first mover’ play covering an area that hosts highly fractionated S-type granites associated with numerous alluvial and hard rock tin-tungsten occurrences, including outcropping tin-tungsten bearing pegmatite dykes and historical mine workings. These are critical favourable features of Kalamazoo’s LCT-pegmatite exploration model.

Additionally, these fractionated S-type granites and related mineral occurrences are an extension of the same Lachlan Fold Belt geology that hosts known LCT mineralisation at the Dorchap LCT Pegmatite Project located nearby in NE Victoria, as reported by Dart Mining NL (ASX: DTM 20 July 2021). Kalamazoo has undertaken an initial field reconnaissance exercise has confirmed the presence of several historical tin-tungsten mine workings and numerous outcropping pegmatite dykes located within the project area.