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The Sequoia Gem and Mineral Society (SGMS) was organized in 1963 to serve the community by providing education in the Earth sciences and training in the lapidary arts. We promote ethical, sound resource stewardship and good fellowship. We fulfill our mission through year-round offerings of field...

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AGI provides information services to geoscientists, serves as a voice of shared interests in our profession, plays a major role in strengthening geoscience education, and strives to increase public awareness of the vital role the geosciences play in society's use of resources, resilience to...

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The Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) is a science-based, public-service-driven Delaware state agency at the University of Delaware (UD) that conducts geologic and hydrologic research, service, and exploration for the benefit of the citizens of the First State. The mission of the DGS is to...

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The Huntsville Gem & Mineral society is a nonprofit educational organization for people interested in mineralogy, geology, paleontology, and related lapidary arts. Its primary purpose is the education of the members and the general public in these areas. This purpose is accomplished through...

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The Northern California Geological Society (NCGS) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Pacific Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG). We meet once a month, see Meetings. The Society's objectives are to promote the scientific and educational aspects of...

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The Quartzsite Roadrunners Gem & Mineral Club (QRGMC) is a premier gem and mineral club in the US. We are perhaps the largest club in both membership and in the availablility of equipment for learning all about the various methods of turning rocks and gemstones into jewelry. Our location in...

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Belonging to this club is a great way to learn about minerals, be trained on and use the club's lapidary equipment and go on local field trips.  Our field trips are to various mines (some which may not be accessible without belonging to a club), gold panning, going to the Maine coast picking up...

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The Gem & Mineral Society of Syracuse (GMSS) was formed in 1951 to stimulate community interest in mineralogy, paleontology and the lapidary arts. We are a community of individuals with interests that include collecting, identification and display of minerals and fossils, and the many...

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The Mt. Hood Rock Club (501-3C non-profit) was founded in 1952 for the purpose of bringing together those that have an interest in the collection and identification of rocks, gems, minerals, petrified wood and fossils. Many of our rockhounds also have the lapidary skill required to cut, grind...

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The Oakland County Earth Science Club is dedicated to the investigation and understanding of the World around us especially in the areas of geology, rocks, minerals, and fossils. But we go way beyond that. Many of our members travel to mines, quarries, and sites to practice rockhounding at its...

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The new and exciting annual Gem & Mineral Show coming to Victoria following nine successful shows in Calgary and Edmonton.

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The Santa Rosa Mineral and Gem Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, located in Sonoma County and formed for the purpose of increasing the knowledge and understanding of science as it pertains to the study of minerals, gems, and fossils. We study geology, mineralogy, archeology,...

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Organized in 1967, The Micromineralogists of the National Capital Area, Inc. is now incorporated as a  non profit micromounting club. We mount microscopic minerals and explore them through our microscopes. Our mission is to promote, educate and encourage interest in geology, mineralogy and...

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The Staten Island Geological Society was founded in 1972. The Society provides a forum for Staten Island residents who are interested in Geology and science in general. The Society meets on a monthly basis. Distinguished Guest speakers typically present a Geology oriented presentation at the...

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The Alabama Mineral and Lapidary Society is a non-profit organization for people interested in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and lapidary arts.

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The purpose of this club if to delve into the study of geology, mineralogy, and the lapidary arts. We also strive to stimulate interest in the searching and collecting of minerals and fossils.

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The Lakeland Gem Club was founded to: promote general interest in and education of earth sciences, geology, and mineralogy; to educate in the art of lapidary; aid in gem material and mineral identification; and for instruction in geological hobbies.

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The purpose of the Shadow Mountain Gem and Mineral Society if to sponsor, stimulate and encourage group activities which in any way may develop knowledge and understanding of the earth sciences.

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The Consortium for Ocean Leadership is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization that represents more than 100 of the leading public and private ocean research and education institutions, aquaria and industry with the mission to advance research, education and sound ocean policy.

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We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and education of mineralogy, paleontology and the lapidary arts. We have monthly meetings at the Delaware Museum of Natural History, just north of Wilmington, Delaware. We have speakers and programs that promote the goals of the society...

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The Idaho Geological Survey is a public service and research agency at the University of Idaho. Idaho statute directs the Survey to collect, interpret, and disseminate geologic and mineral data for the state. Members of the survey staff acquire geologic information through field and laboratory...

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The Northern California Mineralogical Association (NCMA) is a group dedicated to the study of microminerals. Our 70 plus members are a diverse group of individuals who span the entire range of mineral expertise, from the casual collector to the geological professional. Some of our members enjoy...

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The Professional Geologists of Indiana (PGI) is an organization dedicated to networking and problem solving of earth science and environmental issues. We are an organization that supports a growing field of environmental professionals.

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The Charlotte Gem & Mineral Club's purpose is to foster interest in, and promote knowledge of, minerals, gems, fossils, and all earth sciences. We also disseminate information and instruction in the lapidary arts and the utilization of precious metals in our crafts. These purposes are...

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You are entering a world of gemstones, minerals, fossils, rocks, jewelry, beads and lapidary. It's a hobby that's rewarding, exciting, and educational at any age. Whether you with the learn how to cut gem stones, or whether you seek to learn more about minerals or even make your own jewelry -...

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The purpose of the Nassau Mineral Club is to further and promote interest in all phases of geology, mineralogy, gemology, paleontology, and the lapidary arts. We bring together people with similar interests for mutual enjoyment and development.

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The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is Ohio's source for state parks, wildlife areas, natural areas, hunting and camping. Their mission is to ensure a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all.

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The mission of the Virginia Mining Association is to: encourage cooperation by government, industry and the public to assure a reasonable balance between America’s need for energy, economic stability and responsible environmental practices in the pursuit of the mining of coal; improve the...

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The Billings Gem and Mineral Club objective is sharing of enjoyment and education of all earth science related activities. We are a nonprofit organization devoted to the study of mineralogy, geology, paleontology, and the lapidary arts. We are also a member of the Northwest Federation and...

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MAPS is one of the few strictly fossil clubs in the country. It is for the novice/beginner who wants to know more about these treasures from the past; it is for the old-timers who have so much expertise and knowledge to share with the rest of us; and it is for all those who fall in-between who...

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The Stockton Lapidary and Mineral Club is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1936. Our purpose and objective is the advancement of the Earth sciences by learning and sharing with our membership and by actively promoting the Earth sciences in our community.

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This site lists reasons why Alaskan coal is a smart choice. Browse through information about its affordability, availability, and cleanliness.

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The Fort Worth Geological Society provides luncheons, job postings, memberships, and events for the grology- and geoscience-inclined.

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The purpose of the Lakeside Gem & Mineral Club is to promote activities of mutual interest for collecting and displaying of gems and minerals.

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The Lawrence County Rock Club, Inc. is an educational organization dedicated to the advancement and enhancement of rock, mineral, fossil and gem collecting; the study of geology and earth science; the development and study of lapidary arts; and the exchange of ideas, information and the...

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The object of the Shasta Gem and Mineral Society, Inc. is to promote interest in and appreciation of mineralogy, geology, lapidary, and associated sciences.

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The Program serves the international scientific community through research, infrastructure, data, and models. We focus on how components of the Critical Zone interact, shape Earth's surface and support life.

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The Delaware Valley Earth Science Society, Inc., a non-profit organization, was founded in 1956 and incorporated in the State of New Jersey in 1957. The Society promotes interest, knowledge, and the development of skills in the earth sciences. These interests include mineralogy, Paleontology,...

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Founded in 1903, the Idaho Mining Association (IMA) supports the interests of the state's mining and mineral production industry. Our mission is to serve as the voice of our members as we promote the long-term health of our industry.

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The Northern Ohio Geological Society (NOGS) is an organization established to exchange geological information among professional and student geologists in Northeast Ohio and to encourage scientific resarch among its members. Activities include regular meetings with speakers on various geological...

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Pueblo Rockhounds is a non-profit organization with these goals: dedication to developing and maintaining interest in the earth sciences, especially as they relate to geology, mineralogy, lapidary, and fossils; to encourage study, collecting and fashioning minerals; and to accomplish these goals...

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The club was organized for the purpose of studying and collecting rock, mineral, fossil and shell specimens, and to develop skills in the lapidary arts. Our members form an informal group, and welcome any person with a sincere interest in any of the branches of mineral and lapidary arts.

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The purpose of the GMSVP is to facilitate the exchange of information and general cooperation among its members by promoting the study of lapidary techniques, mineralogy, paleontology, and allied fields of the Earth sciences, to provide the community with knowledge of the hobby through lectures...

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The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is a federally funded research and development center devoted to service, research and education in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR's mission is to understand the behavior of the atmosphere and related Earth and geospace systems; to...

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As part of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), the Ohio Geological Survey is the source of geoscience, geological, and mineralogical information for the state.

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Membership in the Vista Gem and Mineral Society is open to anyone interested in mineralogy, gemology, and related educational subjects.

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The Montana Geological Society is a non-profit organization, founded in 1949 by a group of Billings-area geoscientists. The objectives of the society as stated in the bylaws are “to promote interest and research in geology and allied sciences and their practical application, and to encourage...

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We are a group of people who come together to study and promote the Earth sciences, the lapidary arts, and the collection, study and display of rocks, minerals and fossils; to promote the public awareness of these efforts in educational and recreational activities.

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The purpose of the Suffolk Gem and Mineral Club is to promote the cultural, educational, and scientific interest in mineralogy, and to develop members' skills in lapidary arts and jewelry crafts.

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Our mission is to determine the potential of Alaskan land for production of metals, minerals, fuels, and geothermal resources, the locations and supplies of groundwater and construction material, and the potential geologic hazards to buildings, roads, bridges, and other installations and...

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