Apella commences field work

Apella Resources and its Board of Directors recently announced that Phase 1 of its 2009 field work has commenced on its Lac Dore Iron-Vanadium-Titanium (Fe-V-Ti) Assemblage in Canada, adjoining the 5.5 billion pound Lac Dore (Fe-V-Ti) deposit reported to be the world’s second largest vanadium deposit. Crews are now on site and undertaking to create a grid encompassing approximately 40 line kilometres on the SW and NW claims of the Lac Dore Assemblage. Once this grid is complete, a ground geophysical magnetometer survey will be undertaken in the same area. The purpose of this program is to identify drill targets for a follow-up diamond drill program. Apella has also put in motion the commencement of a second, similar 40 line kilometer grid, over its Lac Dore North Iron-Vanadium-Titanium Assemblage which also adjoins the Lac Dore Iron-Vanadium-Titanium deposit.
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