Mr. Lewis has more than 25 years of experience leading and managing remote field activities and operations. These operations included both surface and underground drilling, sampling, testing, and quality assurance/control activities. Projects include independent work to drilling programs with multiple operations/shifts. Mr. Lewis has managed operations of 1 to 7 drill rigs and staff of, 2 to 30, geologists and sampling technicians. These projects ranged from the collection of geologic, geotechnical, and hydrologic samples and information to mineral property evaluations. Mr. Lewis developed geologic sampling, handling, and logging requirements, procedures, for various types of projects. He is familiar and experienced with various industry and regulatory standards. Mr. Lewis provides evaluations and recommendations for geologic investigations, site characterizations, and Project Management for private individuals, corporations, and government agencies. Mr. Lewis has extensive experience with a variety of drilling techniques including sonic drilling in alluvium and bedrock, diamond coring with a sonic rig, diamond coring conventional/triple tube (wet and dry), and dual wall reverse circulation. In addition to geologic activities Mr. Lewis provided oversight of the drillers and contract requirements. Mr. Lewis has a BS in geology from Montana State University.