Grant Hartford is a gold mining company with the right to mine 75 mining claims located in the historic Garnet Mining District, 50 miles east of Missoula, Montana.
The Garnet Mining District produced over 500,000 ounces of gold from the late 1800s until 1941. The company currently is not publicly-reporting nor publicly-traded, though it is positioned to transition to public status. The company’s intention is to implement an aggressive dividend program when corporate debt has been reduced and projected revenues goals are achieved.
Grant Hartford has a number of gold resources on its mining claims that have been identified by geochemical, geophysical and geological exploration programs that included extensive reverse circulation drilling campaigns. Two of its advanced projects are located on the Nancy Hanks and Dewey mining claims, where we have a surface-mineable ore body and an underground measured reserve.
The company has created two wholly-owned subsidiaries to develop and mine these two significant gold projects. NH Gold, LLC was created to mine the near surface ore body. Nancy Hanks Mines, LLC was formed to mine the underground reserves. Each of the subsidiaries has a descriptive page within this website, and all visitors are invited to view those pages for the most up-to-date information on both companies and their operations.