New Fork Valley


Sublette County


  • 4,480 total sq. acres of Wyoming State prospecting leases plus 98 unpatented mining claims.
  • Roll-front uranium targets in an under-explored tertiary basin with a high potential for hosting uranium resources.
  • If economic uranium mineralization is discovered, these projects would be amenable for uranium recovery via low impact, in-situ recovery methods.

Location & History

The New Fork Valley project is located in Sublette County, Wyoming, located 20 miles south of Pindeale, Wyoming. The entirety of the project includes 98 Federal unpatented lode mining claims in addition to seven State of Wyoming mineral lease sections of 640 acres each (totaling 4,480 acres).

Geology & Mineralization

The target area is an under-explored tertiary basin in Wyoming with a high potential for hosting uranium resources.

According to technical reports provided, the New Fork Valley project represents a viable greenfield-level, conceptual target for a uranium exploration project focused on the discovery and development of in-situ-type recovery of uranium. A dedicated effort has been recommended to realize the uranium potential of the property by airborne geophysics, followed by confirmation drilling, and resource modeling.


Fermi Uranium Corp. maintains 98 unpatented mining claims for the New Fork Valley Project, along with State of  Wyoming Prospecting Leases:

  1. GR Claims (98)
  2. Wyoming State Prospecting Leases (7)