Corporate Summary

Western Alaska Copper & Gold (WAC&G) is an Alaska registered corporation deeply engaged in exploring and developing five properties within the Illinois Creek District of Western Alaska into significant mineral producers

About WAC&G

WAC&G and Piek Incorporated (the owner of the Illinois Creek Property claims) entered into the Illinois Creek Joint Venture in 2018. This agreement consolidated control of the Illinois Creek District and re-assembled the District region for the first time since its discovery by Anaconda Minerals Company in 1980. WAC&G’s holdings total 25,120 acres and include the Illinois Creek Mine (a past-producing oxide gold mine and the first oxide heap leach in Alaska); four drill-proven deposits at Round Top, Waterpump Creek, Honker, and TG North; as well as multiple additional prospects

WAC&G’s Board of Directors is made up of dedicated professionals with decades of proven geologic, management and legal experience honed while working on the ground in Alaska and across the globe


The Illinois Creek Mining District (District) is located in Western Alaska, and comprised of five projects being developed by Western Alaska Copper & Gold (WAC&G): Round Top, Illinois Creek, Honker Gold, Waterpump Creek, and TG North. As joint venture partners with Piek Exploration Inc. and WAC&G control the entire District. All of the projects within this district host high-grade mineral deposits, are located on state of Alaska land, and benefit from a robust existing infrastructure

Community and Sustainability

WAC&G is committed to creating and maintaining strong, productive relationships with the local communities. In addition to multiple meetings with local tribal councils, hiring from the nearby communities of Kaltag, Nulato and Galena have also been successful for both WAC&G and the local villages