Darwin Green has been in the mineral exploration business for over 20 years, working throughout Canada, USA, and Latin America.  His work in Alaska started in 1998 at the Palmer Project which transitioned into his 2001 M.Sc. thesis (Carleton University, Ottawa). This research work later contributed to the South Wall and RW Zone discoveries at Palmer in 2007.  Between 2005 and 2008 Darwin oversaw resource expansion and underground development programs at the Niblack project on Prince of Wales Island, for which he received the 2008 Commissioner's Award for Project Excellence by the State of Alaska.  He is currently Vice President of Exploration for Constantine Metal Resources, where he oversees exploration and business development for the company. He and the entire Project team are committed to making Constantine’s Palmer Project a success.

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