Potash Ridge Corporation is a Canada-based exploration and development-stage company. The Company's principal activity is to develop projects focused on the production of sulfate of potash (SOP). The Company focuses on Valleyfield and Blawn Mountain Projects. The Company's Valleyfield project is located in Valleyfield, Quebec, which focuses on utilizing Mannheim technology to produce SOP at an initial rate of approximately 40,000 tons per annum. The development of the Blawn Mountain Project in Utah involves the exploration, development and production of mineral resources and is focused on the exploration of alunite in order to produce SOP, co-product sulphuric acid, and alumina. The Blawn Mountain Project consists of approximately 23.5 sections of land owned by the State of Utah, acting by and through the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA), and covers approximately 15,404 acres of land located in Beaver County, Utah.