Mr. Bert Maxwell is a graduate Mechanical Engineer from the University of California-Berkeley who holds several patents on discoveries he made during his long service in the aerospace industry. Mr. Maxwell's family has developed mines
in California and Nevada.
Mr. Richard J. Lundin, RICH ORE's Vice President and Exploration Manager has an extensive history of finding and developing mines and quarries in Arizona.
Mr. Lundin is a graduate archaeologist and
mineral exploration consultant with degrees from Beloit College and Northern Arizona University who has conducted mineral exploration for Exxon, Phelps Dodge, Quintana Minerals, U.S. Borax, Westworld Oil and Gas, TexasGulf Western,
Kiewit Mining and several other clients in the United States, Mexico and Australia for base, precious and industrial mineral deposits over the past 39 years. He is currently permitting uranium, copper, gold, silver and
aggregate mineral exploration and development projects in Northern and Central Arizona. He has discovered, developed and permitted major aggregate quarries in Yavapai County.
He is the Director of the Wondjina Research Institute
(WRI), a research and development organization exploring the utilization of advanced geophysical, geochemical and airbourne remote sensing technologies for mineral exploration and the evaluation of cultural and natural resources
and is the owner of Wombat Mining & Exploration Co. (WME).
RICH ORE is an privately owned Arizona Corporation and has, to date, concentrated on development of its gold, silver, copper, molybdenum and uranium properties
in Yavapai, Mohave and Pinal Counties but will be conducting exploration for other base, precious, energy and industrial mineral deposits throughout the Southwest in 2010
For further information on RICH ORE, contact Mr. "Bert" Maxwell by phone at (209) 588-1177
or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Mr. Rich Lundin by phone at (928) 649-1408, (209) 532-3873 or by e-mail at
For further information on the HILLSIDE property and to arrange for a tour of
the property, please feel free to call:
Bert Maxwell at (800) 579-0365
or Richard J. Lundin at RICH ORE's Sonora, California Field Office (209) 532-3873, the Hillside Arizona Field Office (928) 649-1408,
the Arizona Cell number: (928) 274-7148,
the California Cell number: (928) 274-6529.
California Office: 19531 Cordelia Ave.
Sonora, CA 95370
Toll-Free Telephone: (800) 579-0365, E-mail: Wondjina@sonic.net
Telephone: (209) 588-1177, (209) 532-3873, FAX: (209) 588-1127
FROM: Richard J. Lundin BA, MA, RPA, ISAP
Mineral Exploration Consultant & Permitting Specialist
Consulting Historical Archaeologist & Remote Sensing Specialist
Director, Wondjina Research Institute (WRI)
Vice President & Exploration Manager, Rich Ore Mining, Inc. (RICH ORE)
parties interested in several, well-developed, small-medium size (1-100 Million ton), mineral deposits with delineated and well documented reserves, additional potential and can be quickly permitted for early production of
base, precious and industrial minerals in Yavapai, Pinal and Mohave Counties, Arizona.
Rich Ore Mining, Inc. (RICH ORE) is a small, privately held, Arizona corporation that has aggressively been acquiring mineral properties with
extensive production, past histories and data bases of exploration and development in areas of Arizona that are sparsely populated and are favorable for long-term permitting for mineral production. In the three years since it's
founding, RICH ORE has obtained land positions on five major properties that have had extensive past exploration and development and were only dropped by major mining companies due to a drop in base and precious metal prices in the
1990's. RICH ORE has concentrated on the acquisition of Arizona State Land Department (ASLD)
and private land holdings in Yavapai, La Paz, Mohave, Yuma, Cochise and Pinal Counties utilizing new models for finding
Precambrian Cu-Pb-Zn-Au-Ag Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide (VMS) deposits and Mid-Tertiary Cu-Mo-Au-W-U stockwork, breccia pipe and breccia vein systems with aerial imagery interpretation and the revolutionary NITON pXRF geochemical
I am the Vice President and Exploration Manager for RICH ORE and have over 35 years in the mineral industry with extensive consultation for major mining companies, development groups and governmental agencies
in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, California, Utah, Montana, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Idaho, Sonora, Chihuahua and the Dominican Republic on base, precious, industrial and
energy mineral deposits. This consultation has involved management of extensive exploration and drilling programs, property acquisition, geological, geophysical and geochemical surveys, evaluation of properties and expert