New Logo

The Company is pleased to announce the adoption of the first step in its "new look" – a new corporate logo which reflects both a traditional rock hammer with a gold bar - in a new, modern format. 

The new logo is first displayed to the market with this press release, and all corporate communication material will now reflect this "new look".  The Company expects to be launching its "new look" website during the fall of 2010.

Market Awareness and Name Recognition

As a result of its TSX-V listing, the Company is concentrating on establishing a presence and market awareness in the Toronto capital markets, while continuing its overall general marketing activities in all other markets. The Company recently completed a trip to Toronto with additional follow-up being planned. Increased exposure of the Timberline brand is planned through investor and issuer conferences, corporate presentations, increased investor relations, and other market facing activities.

Shareholders will be invited to view Timberline's "new look" Corporate Presentation which will be available shortly on the Company's website at www.timberline-resources.com .

Paul Dircksen is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical contents of this release.

  About Timberline Resources

Timberline is a U.S.-based exploration/development company with a focus on advanced-stage precious metals properties.  The Company's management team has a solid track record of achievement in building successful companies and discovering, exploring, and developing economic mineral deposits.  Currently, Timberline is executing an aggressive exploration program at its South Eureka Property, a large drill-tested and highly prospective property in Nevada's Battle Mountain – Eureka gold trend.  In addition, Timberline has two other business units.  First, the Company has a 50% carried-to-production interest at the Butte Highlands Joint Venture which is currently in development and targeted to begin gold production in 2011, and, secondly, a wholly-owned subsidiary, Timberline Drilling, which provides cash flow to the Company from its underground and surface drilling operations at operating mines and advanced development and exploration projects.