Our Strategy

Silver Hammer Mining is focused on building a multi mine silver production company. Its growing asset portfolio includes the recently acquired past-producing Silver Strand and Burnt Cabin mines located in the renowned Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho, USA, one of the most prolific silver districts in the world and the early stage Lacy Gold-Silver project in British Columbia, Canada.

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Global demand for silver is expected to increase by 11% in 2021.


Industrial use of silver is projected to grow by 9% in 2021.


Average silver price is predicted to rise by 33% in 2021.


Physical investment is expected to hit a six-year high in 2021 of 257 million ounces.

Latest News

January 19, 2022
Silver Hammer Mining Provides Corporate Update and 2022 Exploration Outlook
December 14, 2021
Silver Hammer Reports Phase I Drill Results and Confirms Significant Gold-Silver Mineralization Below Old Mine Workings at Silver Strand
December 6, 2021
Silver Hammer Mining Reports High-Grade Assays from Initial Sampling Program at its Eliza Silver Project in Nevada

Media News

October 22, 2021
President & CEO Morgan Lekstrom Presents Silver Hammer Mining at 2021 Silver Symposium in Idaho
July 7, 2021
Investing in Silver Mining: How Lakewood Exploration Stands Out
July 2, 2021
Departures Capital: What's Next For Lakewood Exploration? Big Update Interview w/ President Morgan Lekstrom
For a complete list of filings please visit our SEDAR profile

Financial Statements

June 30, 2021
Third Quarter Financial Report

Silver Strand

The past-producing Silver Strand Mine is comprised of 70 claims over a 5.5 kilometres strike length atop the Revett formation, a silver belt within the renowned Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho, a district that has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver and is host to some of the world’s largest silver mines. More about the Silver Strand Mine


Silver Hammer’s growing portfolio of silver focused, near term production assets provides investors with leveraged exposure to rising silver prices.

The Lacy Property

The Lacy Property claim consists of three non-surveyed contiguous mineral claims totalling 590 hectares located in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. More about the Lacy Project

Meet Our Team

Mr. Lekstrom has 14 years mining experience in progressively senior roles in project, operations, and engineering management and has a strong leadership background with experience overseeing 100+ person teams onsite. In a recent role, Mr. Lekstrom served as Engineering Manager responsible for the budgeting, scheduling and the first phases of execution at Sabina Gold and Silver’s Back River Marine Laydown Project. Prior to that, Mr. Lekstrom spent two years in Ghana, West Africa where he played an integral role in the development and revival of Golden Star Resources’ Prestea underground mine. He led project, engineering, and maintenance teams and worked with members of the executive team on the implementation of various strategic initiatives. A graduate of Thompson Rivers University, Mr. Lekstrom has an established track record delivering successes across numerous projects worldwide.
Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Secretary, Director Michael Dake is a self employed businessperson; President of Creston Capital Corp. since February 2010; Director and/or Officer of a number of reporting issuers on both The TSX Venture and CSE.

Alnesh Mohan is a finance executive with over 20 years of experience providing advisory services to a wide array of clients. He has been a partner at Quantum Advisory Partners LLP, a professional services firm focused on providing Chief Financial Officer and full-cycle accounting services to private and public companies, since 2005. Acting on behalf of several public companies, Alnesh has acquired considerable experience in financial reporting, corporate governance and regulatory compliance. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Simon Fraser University, a Master’s of Science in Taxation from Golden Gate University and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA).

Mr. Mulholland brings over 35 years of geological experience from mining projects in the western United States, Canada, Argentina, Chile, Guyana and Tanzania. He has worked extensively in Montana and Idaho working on a range of precious metals projects. His diverse background includes exploration, development and production, including both underground and open pit projects, with an array of minerals and mines.  Previously, Mr. Mulholland has held senior level positions in the region, including Principal Mine Geologist or Chief Geologist, at Kinross’ Kettle River Buckhorn gold project, the Butte Highlands joint venture and Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine. Since 2003, his primary focus has been transitioning late-stage exploration projects through development and into production.

Mr. Lang is an executive leader with 12+ years of capital markets and corporate development experience in the natural resource sector. Mr. Lang has led or co-led more than $50 million in capital raises and has significant transaction experience negotiating and structuring project acquisitions, as well as joint-venture and strategic alliance partnerships. Joness is currently the Executive VP with Maple Gold Mines Ltd. (TSX-V: MGM) and has served as an executive / provided advisory services for numerous clients in the precious metals sector throughout his career. Mr. Lang holds a BCom degree (honours) from Royal Roads University and a Marketing Management Entrepreneurship diploma (honours) from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Lawrence Roulston is a mining professional with over 35 years of diverse hands-on experience. He recently founded WestBay Capital Advisors, providing business advisory and capital markets expertise to the junior and mid-tier sectors of the mining industry. From 2014 to 2016, he was President of Quintana Resources Capital, which provided resource advisory services for US private investors, focused primarily on streaming transactions. Before Quintana, he was a mining analyst and consultant, as well as the editor of “Resource Opportunities”, an independent investment publication focused on the mining industry. Prior to this, Lawrence was an analyst or executive with various companies in the resources industry, both majors and juniors. He has graduate-level training in business and holds a B.Sc. in geology.

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