Stonegate Announces Appointment to Board of Directors
TORONTO, Jan. 30, 2014 /CNW/ - Stonegate Agricom Ltd. (the "Company") (TSX: ST, ST.WT.A) today announced the appointment of Andrew Stronach to its Board of Directors effective immediately. Mr. Stronach is a Managing Director for Sprott Consulting LP and Sprott Resource Corp.
Mr. Stronach replaces Paul Dimitriadis, who has resigned from the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors wishes to thank Mr. Dimitriadis for his valuable contributions as a Stonegate Director and looks forward to working with Mr. Stronach.
Sprott Resource Corp. currently holds 70,950,462 common shares of the Company, representing an approximate 36.5% interest in the Company on an undiluted basis.
Mr. Stronach, who joined Sprott in 2009, evaluates and structures new investment opportunities, monitors existing investments, and advises Sprott Inc. and Sprott Resource Corp. subsidiary companies on strategy and operational matters. He serves on the Board of Directors of two of Sprott Resource Corp.'s subsidiaries, One Earth Farms Corp. and One Earth Oil and Gas Inc. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, along with a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Queen's University along with the Professional Engineering designation (P.Eng.).
About Stonegate Agricom Ltd.
Stonegate Agricom, which is actively engaged in acquiring and developing agricultural nutrient projects, is currently focused on the development of the potentially world-class, long-life Paris Hills Phosphate Project located in Idaho. The Company is confident that the deposit has sufficient size and grade to become a strategic, cost-effective source of phosphate supply for major fertilizer producers. More information is available at www.stonegateagricom.com.
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