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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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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 Illinois Coal Association (ICA) is the professional trade organization responsible for the promotion of Illinois coal, a natural resource found in great abundance in Illinois. To carry our its mission, the Springfield-based Association represents the coal industry i nthe state in...

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The Northern Virginia Mineral Club was begun in the mid 1950's with the aim of promoting members' shared fascination with and learning about minerals, geology, and related topics. The club has organized countless field trips to mines and quarries over the years, organized mineral shows,...

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The Chesapeake Gem & Mineral Society is a Baltimore, MD based non profit organization whose members share an interest in gems, minerals, fossils, rocks, and more. We provide a monthly club bulletin, activities, field trips, and educational articles.

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The purposes of the Oklahoma City Geological Society (OCGS) are: advancing the geological sciences and the profession of geology in general; promoting high ethical standards of conduct among its members and within the profession of geology; establishing standards of education, experience, and...

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In the fall of 1958, a group of people sharing a common interest in the rock-hounding hobby formed the Gem City Rock and Mineral Society. Its purpose was and continues to be the education and promotion of all aspects of this hobby -- fossils, minerals, shells, artifacts, lapidary and most...

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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 National Mining Association (NMA)’s mission is to build support for public policies that will help Americans fully and responsibly benefit from our abundant domestic coal and mineral resources. Our objective is to engage in and influence the public process on the most significant and timely...

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The Birmingham Paleontological Society consists of an active group of people who enjoy learning about or teaching the science of paleontology. We enjoy collecting fossils for our own private collection, collecting items for research, learning about the significance of finds, and being in the...

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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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Welcome to the website for the Mid-Hudson Valley Gem & Mineral Society, based in Poughkeepsie, NY.  We are a society for people who love rocks, gems, fossils, field collecting, jewelry-making, and general earth science--people known as "rockhounds." We are members of the American Federation...

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The Alaska Geological Society (AGS) is a not-for-profit organization of both professional geoscientists and general earth science enthusiasts.  Our mission is to promote interest in, and understanding of, the geology of Alaska and to provide a forum and common organization for those interested...

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This is a club whose members enjoy collecting, studying. observing, preserving, and sharing nature's bounty of rocks, minerals, fossils, gemstones, jewelry, lapidary and geological sciences. Some of our activities include field trips to quarries, mines, caves, and museums.

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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 purpose of the Lincoln Gem & Mineral Club is to study, promote an interest in, and disseminate knowledge of lapidary and various Earth sciences including but not necessarily limited to geology, paleontology and mineralogy. It is the club's purpose to provide education in these fields to...

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The Earth Science Literacy Initiative (ESLI), funded by the National Science Foundation, has gathered and codified the underlying understandings of Earth Sciences into a succinct document that will have broad-reaching applications in both public and private arenas. It establishes the "Big Ideas...

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The Delaware Valley Paleontological Society is a nonprofit educational organization in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We are a diverse group of people, ranging from amateurs to avocational and professional paleontologists brought together by our uncommon common interest.

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The Racine Geological Society, Inc.'s mission is to stimulate interest and promote the advancement of science of geology for the membership and the communities of the membership, to encourage the professional and social relationship of members and to provide a meeting for the presentation and...

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The IGA seeks to advance the knowledge of groundwater resources in Illinois and functions exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. Any person interested in the groundwater resources of Illinois can join the IGA. Our membership includes consulting engineers, geologists and other...

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The Northwest Arkansas Gem and Mineral Society is a group of like-minded enthusiasts dedicated to learning, sharing and promoting earth science, geology, mineralogy, paleontology, lapidary arts and associated subjects.

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The New York Paleontological Society was founded as a forum to inform and educate its members and the public at large concerning the nature, interrelationships nd evolutionary development of all kinds of living things throughout geologic time - especially through the study of their fossils and...

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The Oklahoma Geological Survey is a state agency for research and public service located on the Norman Campus of The University of Oklahoma and affiliated with the OU Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy. The Survey is chartered in the Oklahoma Constitution and is charged with investigating the...

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For over fifty years we have shared our excitement and knowledge of earth sciences, geology, mineralogy, paleontology (fossils), lapidary arts, and related subjects. Members represent a broad cross section of adults, juniors and families with all levels of expertise. Sharing this common interest...

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The Waco Gem and Mineral Club is a member of the South Central Federation of Mineral Societies; American Federation of Mineralogical Societies. The purpose is to: bring about a close association of those persons interested in Earth Science and Lapidary Arts; increase and disseminate knowledge...

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NSSGA is the leading voice and advocate for the aggregates industry. Our members – stone, sand and gravel producers and the equipment manufacturers and service providers who support them – are responsible for the essential raw materials found in every home, building, road, bridge and public...

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MSA, along with a Coalition of Rock & Gem Clubs, offer several fun and unique Field Trips throughout the year. We host many interesting Programs & Speakers and you are certain to meet new friends among our Rock and Mineral membership.

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We are people with a mutual interest in gems, minerals, rocks and all of the earth sciences. As individuals some of us collect minerals or fossil specimens, others create finished gem stones from rocks and crystals and still others make beautiful jewelry from metals and gems and many members do...

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The Mid-Tennessee Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational society dedicated to the study and enjoyment of the earth sciences. The Mid-Tennessee Gem and Mineral Society is a member of the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies which is a member of the American...

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The Albuquerque Gem and Mineral Club was originated on Jan 22, 1944. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and enjoyment of the Earth sciences and associated subjects. Its primary purpose is the exchange of information and the furtherance of knowledge of Mineralogy,...

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We are a group of individuals who share an interest in rocks, minerals, gems, earth sciences and the lapidary arts. The society was formed in 1964 as a non-profit organization and incorporated in 1966. The purpose of the society is to promote knowledge and interest in the earth sciences,...

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The Shelton Rock and Mineral Society meets monthly, has rock sales, and swap meets.

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The Lincoln Orbit Earth Science Society (LOESS) aims to foster interest in, knowledge about, and scientific appreciation of the fields of gemology, mineralogy, geology, anthropology, paleontology, and related branches of the earth sciences. This is tempered with good fellowship and fun.

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The EarthScope scientific community conducts multidisciplinary research across the Earth sciences utilizing freely available data from instruments that measure motions of the Earth's surface, record seismic waves, and recover rock samples from depths at which earthquakes originate.

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The club was founded in 1948 to promote education in the earth sciences and lapidary arts.

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The Society's primary purpose is the dissemination and furtherance of knowledge of mineralogy, gem cutting ad geology, and to stimulate interest in the development of these studies.

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The Reno Gem & Mineral Society is a nonprofit corporation organized for the purpose of creating, developing, and encouraging interest in the earth sciences, gem, and mineral hobbies as well as locating and identifying various material through field trips.

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The Indepencence Gem and Mineral Society was founded in 1948 for purposes of generating interests in the fields of geology. Awareness of faceting, fossils, lapidary art, metalcraft, minerals, and other geologically connected topics are promoted through club programs, classes, field trips,...

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The Northwest Energy Association is a professional organization for participants in the development of Northwest energy resources.

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Chicago Rocks and Minerals Society (CRMS) has matured in its sixty-five years of existence into a solid association of members who have interests in geology, paleontology, mineralogy, and the lapidary arts. Membership includes beginners, knowledgeable hobbyists, and professionals who are devoted...

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We are earth science enthusiasts whose hobby is gems, minerals, and fossils! Member interests include paleontology, fossil collecting, geology, mineral collecting, lapidary arts, faceting, stone carving, knapping, gems, gem trees, and jewelry making. The purpose of the society shall be an...

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The Geo-Institute (G-I) is a specialty membership organization focused on geo-professionals and the geo-industry. It is one of the American Society of Civil Engineers' eight specialty Institutes.

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The Washington Agate and Mineral Society (WAMS) is one of the oldest clubs in the state of Washington (founded 1937). Members share a common interest in rocks, minerals and activities such as collecting and Jewelry making.

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The Nebraska Mineral and Gem club is a non profit organization promoting geology and lapidary arts. The club sponsors geology student scholarships for UNL and UNO, promotes field trips for club members to discover their own rock, mineral and fossil treasures, promote sharing of information on...

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The Bitterroot Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit organization. Our purpose is to promote interest and education in various Earth sciences, including geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and the lapidary and faceting arts. We also support promoting and ensuring the right of amateur hobby...

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The Tampa Bay Mineral and Science Club was organized in 1957 for the educational purposes of associating persons interested in natural science to work together as an organization to study the sciences and promote community interest.

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The Midwest Mineralogical and Lapidary Society (MMLS) promotes interest in and increases knowledge i nthe fields of mineralogy, geology, and paleontology, including lapidary and related arts; publishes articles and information pertaining to these fields; encourages collections and displays...

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The New Mexico Geological Society promotes interest in geology and associated sciences, fosters scientific research and publications, encourages cooperation among its members, and stimulates interest in New Mexico Geology.

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The American Coal Foundation (ACF) provides students and teachers with educational materials related to coal. The ACF offers free lesson plans to help educators teach about energy. In addition, the ACF shares information about energy conservation, coal mining, and much more.

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The Shenandoah Valley Gem and Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization which strives to promote education in and appreciation of minerals, fossils, archaeology, general geology, and the lapidary arts. They provide opportunities for collection, exchange, discussion, and exhibition of specimens...

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