Altair International Corp. announced that it has completed a property-wide shallow-depth sampling program at its Stonewall Lithium Project in southwestern Nevada. The completed geochemical surveying program, amounting to roughly 120 samples, represents Altair's first phase of field work at the Stonewall Lithium property. The samples were collected following a methodical sample grid array which effectively covered the entirety of the three Stonewall claim groups. The Stonewall Lithium Project is comprised of three zones which cover approximately 1,260 acres, located within Nye and Esmeralda Counties. The neighboring valley to the southeast to Clayton Valley, currently the only Lithium producing property in Nevada. The sampling program was designed to further detail known soil geochemical Lithium high values first identified by Macarthur Minerals Ltd. in 2017 in their widely spaced soil sampling program. The Altair sampling program was conducted by Range Front Mining Services of Elko, Nevada who maintained proper chain of custody and QA/QC procedures. Field sample duplicates were collected for further assurance of quality control. The samples have been submitted to ALS Global geochemistry labs for preparation and will be analyzed for Lithium and a large suite of other elements by the ALS Global lab in Reno, Nevada by Method MEMS 41, which is an exploratory trace-level analysis using Inductively Coupled PlasmaMass Spectrometry (ICPMS) methods, with an Aqua Regia digestion.