Falcon Isle Resources Overview: Organically Certified Phosphate Rock
840 acres of a high quality organically certified phosphate resource in the Diamond Creek Phosphate Operations
Contribution to essential mineral elements to the downstream production of high demand organic fertilizers
Confirmed high-grade phosphate rock averaging over 24% total P205 (min. 10.95% available P205) with estimated surface and underground resources of over 15,000,000 tons
Identification, exploration, and development of organic phosphate mineral resources in order to help meet the worlds rising global food demand
Commitment to increase sustainable agricultural productivity
Maintaining and exceeding social and environmental responsibilities
DIAMOND CREEK PHOSPHATE OPERATIONS
Strategically located in mining friendly Utah and centrally located to distribute to downstream organic fertilizer processing, distribution and farming facilities.
PHOSPHATE IS A KEY ELEMENT TO ALL LIFE FORMS
Seed and food production
Energy production, storage and transfer
Cell division and enlargement
Early root formation and growth
Greater flowering and seed production
Fruit, vegetale and grain quality
Better growth in cold temperatures
Water use efficiency
Early maturation of fruit and grain
OPPOSING TRENDS AFFECTING GLOBAL FOOD SUPPLY
As the world population continues to expand to an estimated 9.2 billion by 2030, crop sustainability will struggle against the growing population and the lack of new, arable land. In order to provide food for this growing population, farmers need to obtain higher crop yields that will meet the steadily expanding demand for food.
Initial Plan of Operations are focused on Stage I surface mining of the Southern Section which contains an estimated 3,880,000 tons of rich organically certified phosphate ore. In addition, a drill program will expand our 43-101 study guidelines to a full resource analysis and pre-feasibility study
As an independent producer, Falcon Isle Resource will contribute to the demand for high quality organic phosphate rock by being a stable resource in the U.S. market place.