SOURCE: Gold and Silver Mining of Nevada

September 25, 2013 09:00 ET

Gold and Silver Mining of Nevada to Receive Trenching Permit for Nevada Mining Operations

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Sep 25, 2013) - Gold and Silver Mining of Nevada (PINKSHEETS: CJTF) announced that it has received approval from the United States Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management to obtain bonding and commence trenching activities.

The trenching activities are a continuation of drilling activities that were undertaken in the fall and winter 2012-13.

The trenching activity consists of 33 fifty foot long trenches which will be trenched from the surface to bedrock or approximately 10 feet deep. Once the trenches have bottomed out at the dolomite bedrock, a series of passes with rippers will take place to expose the top of the dolomite bedrock for sampling.

Each trench will have 3 to 10 samples taken, the purpose of which is to more accurately pinpoint the locations for the 25 drill hole locations to follow and which should provide the information needed to apply for the operating permit.

The operating permit should allow the beginning of mining operations and construction of the on-site precious metals processing facility in 2014-15.

The company, is in the business of precious metal mining and processing of massive gold and silver ore bodies in central Nevada.

About Gold and Silver Mining of Nevada, Inc. and it's wholly owned subsidiary CJT Mining, Inc. The company is a Gold and Silver Mining company focused on developing and re-starting of previously mined properties located in central Nevada. For more information, please visit

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