Ameriwest Lithium (CSE: AWLI | OTC: AWLIF | FSE: 5HV) is focused on unlocking value in a world shifting towards green energy solutions powered by lithium-based batteries. Our mission is to become a leader in exploration and development of world-class lithium and battery metal mining assets.

The Company is one of the largest lithium property owners in Nevada with approximately 50,000 acres of mineral claims staked or acquired to date.

Right Industry, right time, right team. We’ve combined experienced management with a strong share capital structure and a well financed position aimed at executing clear objectives.

historic production meets prospective opportunities

Thompson Valley, Arizona

Thompson Valley (TV) is a 6,900-acre prospective lithium sedimentary deposit with surface or near-surface exposure of lithium-bearing clays located in central Arizona. Historic and recent sampling indicate lithium grades similar to those found in clay deposits in Clayton Valley, Nevada. Ameriwest’s surface sampling programs to date has found lithium in clays with concentrations of up to 1,295 ppm Li. The company is moving forward with permitting to drill this property.

Edwards Creek Valley, Nevada

Edwards Creek Valley (ECV) is in a hydro-geologically closed basin in north central Nevada. The drainage basin is similar in size and geologic potential as Clayton Valley. Ameriwest controls the entire playa area with its 22,300-acre property, strategically located two hours east of the Tesla’s Gigafactory. The property is optioned to Nova Lithium Corp. (CSE: NVLI) and hosts both lithium clay and lithium brine exploration targets, identified with geophysics.

Railroad Valley, Nevada

Railroad Valley (RRV) is in a hydro-geologically closed basin in central Nevada. It is within a large drainage basin four times the size of Clayton Valley. Ameriwest controls a 15,300-acre brine exploration property which has similar geologic characteristics to Clayton Valley. The property hosts a lithium brine exploration target identified with geophysics.

Deer Musk East, Nevada

Deer Musk East (DME) is a 7,400-acre property located on the eastern side of Clayton Valley, in what appears to be a down dropped block of ground known as a graben. Ameriwest believes this graven is a parallel structure to one where Albemarle’s (NYSE:ALB) Silver Peak Mine and Pure Energy Mineral’s (TSXV:PE) Clayton Valley Property are found. The property hosts a lithium brine target identified with geophysics.

Little Smokey Valley, Nevada

Little Smoky Valley (LSV) is a 5,800-acre green-fields lithium claystone property that hosts a sub-horizontal sequence of lacustrine and tuffaceous mudstones, claystones, and siltstones. It represents a lithium clay exploration target identified with geologic sampling. It surrounds POWR Lithium (CSE: POWR) Eli Lithium Property.