Northern Freegold Resources Commences Drilling at Freegold Mountain, Yukon

Northern Freegold Resources Commences Drilling at Freegold Mountain, Yukon

06.06.2012 Vancouver, BC – Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. (NFR: TSX-V) Das Board of Directors der Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. is pleased to announce, (“Northern Freegold” or the “Business”) that the 2012 Exploration program has commenced on the streets-accessible Freegold Mountain Project, located 70 Km west of Carmacks, Yukon the middle of the Dawson Range. The program consists of a diamond drilling program, Baggeraushebungen and environmental baseline studies. Currently, a diamond drill rig is located on the premises on the Nucleus Zone where drilling last week have begun.

The current phase of the drilling program consists of 3.500 Meters of drilling on the gold nucleus-dominated deposits. The budget is 1,4 My. $ half of them earlier in 2012 was paid. The funding for the remainder of the program is available. The aim of the drilling program is, to focus the high-priority goals, are created, extend the existing resource in the key areas and to optimize the open pit mine plan.

John Burges, President & CEO: “We look forward, that we have commenced drilling at Nucleus. Given the current market challenges, we believe that it makes sense, to reduce the size of the program for this year and only time to drill the Nucleus deposit, where we focus on increasing our gold resource. The work of this phase of the work focuses on the key areas, which are important for us to complete the first Vorökonomischen feasibility study for the project. We are the economic potential of the Freegold Mountain Project show.”

The Nucleus zone has an indicated resource of 1,1 My. Oz Au, 1,4 My. Oz Ag, 67,8 My. Pfund oder Cu 1,4 My. Oz AuEq (at 0,4 AuEq operating threshold limit) within the 48,5 My. T with 0,70 g/t Gold, 0,90 g / t silver and 0,06% Copper and 0,6 My. Oz Au, 1,3 My. Oz Ag and 62,0 My. Pfund oder Cu 0,9 My. AuEq ounces within the 41,5 My. T with 0,47 g/t Gold, 0,98 g / t silver and 0,07% Copper in the Inferred category (See table below).

It is believed, that the Nucleus deposit, The revenue reserves and the Stoddart Zone are all part of a large-scale gold-rich porphyry system which extends east-west direction over more than five miles. The system displays the same geological characteristics as other porphyry deposits in the region, including those Casino porphyry Project, which is ~ 90 km to the northwest lies with multi-million ounce gold resources and reserves and multi-billion copper resources and reserves has. The parties point out, that past results or discoveries on the site are not necessarily indicative of results that may be made on the premises of Freegold Mountain could.

Mineral resource estimate for the Nucleus deposit

(1) Gold äquivalent (AuEq) calculated on the basis of 846 USD / ounce, 14,40USD / ounce of silver and 3,31 USD / pound for copper with no discount for the metallurgical recoveries included in the metal figures (Comment: totally contained AuEq values ​​may be inaccurate due to rounding).

(2) The resource estimate is categorized as Indicated and Inferred as defined in the CIM guidelines for resource reports. Mineral resources are not necessarily economically recoverable and there is no certainty that these mineral resources to mineable reserves that are economically.

(3) The indicated and inferred mineral resources have been used in accordance with the standards of NI 43-101 by Dr. A. Armitage, P. Geol. and J. Campbell, B.Sc., P. Geo. von GeoVector Management Inc.. GeoVector aus Ottawa, Ontario made. The consulting firm specializing in resource estimates , Project planning and project management.

The project is managed by GeoVector Management Inc. aus Ottawa, Ontario gemanagt, www.geovector.ca under the direction of A. Sexton, M.Sc., P.Geo.

Paul Reynolds, B.Sc., P. Geo., Vice President Exploration für Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 and has verified the technical information in this press release.

Über Northern Freegold Resources Ltd.

Northern Freegold is a well financed Canadian-based precious metals exploration and is- very rapid progress and development company. This brings local expertise and strong management to fully focus on the development of economic mineral resource on the Freegold Mountain gold- and copper project in the Yukon and the Burro Creek gold- and silver property in Arizona.

Northern Freegold Resources Ltd.
Im Namen des Board of Directors

Subscribed “John Burges”

John Burges
President und CEO

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Attention! Note Regarding Reserve and Resource Estimates This press release has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of securities legislation in Canada. These requirements differ from the requirements of the U.S.. Securities Act unless otherwise indicated, all resource and reserve assumptions in this press release compliant with National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101″) und dem Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Classification System. NI 43-101 is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators which establishes standards for all public disclosure an issuer makes of scientific and technical information concerning mineral projects. Canadian standards, including. NI43-101 strongly deviate from the requirements of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and resources from- and reserve information contained herein may not be not be comparable to similar information of U.S. companies. In particular and without limiting the generality of terms “Resource” This is not the same as the term "reserves”. Investors should understand that “inferred mineral resources” have large uncertainties as to their existence, Economic and legal feasibility. It can not be said with certainty, that all or any part to a higher category can be classified. The estimate of the resources - and reserve levels is complex, based on significant subjective assumptions, including assumptions and forward-looking information based on the evaluation of geological, geophysical, technical and economic data for a given ore body. These data vary from time to time as a result of numerous factors, including new information from the development activities, evolving production history and a reassessment of the viability of the resulting production. Changes in data and / or assumptions could lead to changes in the resources and reserves. No guarantee that the indicated level of minerals that could possibly be produced. Actual production could differ from the expected production and an adverse change in mineral prices. Reserves may be uneconomical. Fluctuations may also occur in actual ore grades and recovery rates.

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