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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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Founded in 1984 with support from the National Science Foundation, IRIS is a consortium of over 100 US universities dedicated to the operation of science facilities for the acquisition, management, and distribution of seismological data. IRIS programs contribute to scholarly research, education...

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Promoting access, accommodation and inclusion for students and geoscientists with disabilities.

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The Denver Geophysical Society is a nonprofit organization operated by its members to promote the science of geophysics, especially as it applies to exploration, and to promote the fellowship and cooperation among those persons interested in geophysical problems.

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Here you'll find information about the Shreveport Geological Society (SGS), our sponsors, publications, monthly meetings, past lectures, seminars, upcoming events and pictures, scholarships, maps in schools program, the mock dig, jobs board, our monthly newsletter, announcements, useful links,...

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The Littleton Gem & Mineral Club (LGMC) focuses on the enjoyment of finding, collecting, identifying, exchanging, and displaying gems, minerals, fossils and jewelry as a hobby. LGMC activities include field trips, educational workshops and classes, annual parties, auctions, and sponsoring of...

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The Chief Joseph Gem and Mineral Club is made up of a group of individuals who share common interests in rocks, gems, minerals, rock hounding, geology, and lapidary work. The group meets once a month to plan field trips, look at specimens people bring in, and share experiences.

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The Rhode Island Mineral Hunters is a non-profit organization, founded in 1962, dedicated to the appreciation and study of minerals, crystals, fossils, and all aspects of the Earth Sciences. Members can also learn lapidary skills - fashioning gems, polishing stone from rough rock, silversmithing...

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Our objective is to develop and encourage interest in, and to further the study of minerals, gems, fossils, rock, lapidary arts, and earth science.

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The Northwest Geological Society is a non-profit educational organization which provides a forum for information and discussion on Northwest geology and related topics. The Society sponsors talks by leading academic and professional geologists at its monthly meetings, conducts field trips to...

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What is The Black Hawk Gem & Mineral? Located in Rock Island Illinois, part of the Quad-Cities of Iowa and Illinois. We are a non-profit organization actively promoting interest in collecting. studying and working with gems, minerals and fossils. Organized in 1955, the Black Hawk Club joined...

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The Orange Belt Mineralogical Society (OBMS) is a nonprofit club of rock enthusiasts who hunt for rocks, develop their lapidary skills, and fabricate jewelry and rock artifacts in a workshop in San Bernardino, California.

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Organized in 1973, the WCIRMC is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies (AFMS), the Midwestern Federation of Mineralogical Societies (MWF) and the Geodeland Earth Science Clubs, Inc. (GESCI). Our club's objective is to promote interest and education in the Earth Sciences...

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The Geological Association of New Jerey is a nonprofit organization that through its annual meeting and field guides provides and encourages Earth science education and the distribution of geological information.

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The Nebraska Geological Survey, part of the UNL School of Natural Resources Conservation and Survey Division (CSD), conducts basic geologic research relevant to Nebraska and the world.  They engage in geologic mapping, studies of soils, sediments, sedimentary rocks, ancient environments and...

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The Amador County Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization created to study mineralogy and geology and to collect minerals. Our mission is to practice lapidary arts and promote interest and appreciation in the Earth sciences and allied subjects.

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The Franklin Gem and Mineral Society started in 1971 when a group of Rockhounds got together to share their interest in gems and minerals. The club's primary objective is education and works to effect a close association of those who are interested in the study of gems, rocks, minerals and the...

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Tehachapi Valley Gem & Mineral Society (TVGMS) members enjoy occasional field trips and guest speakers at meetings.  Classes in metalworking and lapidary are held periodically for members in the fully functional workshop stocked with a large assortment of lapidaryi and jewelry making tools...

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Members of the Mikenauk Rock and Gem Club share an interest in the many facets of the hobby including faceting and other areas of lapidary, jewelry making, collecting, as well as the joy of sharing the hobby with others.

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The mission of NEED is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs.

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This society is dedicated to the education and promotion of the Earth sciences and their related arts: geology, petrology, mineralogy, archaeology, lapidary arts, jewelry.

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The Sierra Pelona Rock Club was formed in 1958 in the city of Santa Clarita, for the enjoyment of rockhounds in our area. The objectives of the Club are: to sponsor activities and promote interest and education in mineralogy, lapidary, geology, paleontology, and related subjects.

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"Lithophiles" are rock lovers and the Livermore Valley Lithophiles is a society for people interested in any phase of the Lapidary and/or Earth Sciences. The activities range from collecting rocks and minerals, through jewelry making and our annual show "Lithorama." Monthly meetings are a time...

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The Chugach Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. is for individuals and families interested in mineral collecting and lapidary.

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Formed in 1956, Richmond Gem & Mineral Society has continued to offer monthly meetings, speakers, field trips, mineral identification and community outreach. Award-winning “The Collecting Bag” is the Society’s monthly newsletter. Our goal is to foster knowledge and education in geology,...

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The Indian Wells Gem & Mineral Society focuses on mineral collecting, specializing in crystal formations in their natural state, not something created by a member. They hold annual shows to exhibit rock, gem, and mineral finds.

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The Northwest Illinois Rock Club provides a place for Rockhounds to meet and discuss all matters geology, rocks, gems, and minerals.

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The Blue Grass Gem and Mineral Club was founded in 1964 by a group of kindred souls, each with an interest in some aspect of the hobby.  Initially the Club was named “The Blue Grass Rock Club,”  but the word “rock” took on a different meaning over the years, and we had difficulty in explaining...

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We are a mineral club whose main focus is on Orange County, and the surrounding area's minerals. Our goal is to share our knowledge and teach people about the history of the mines and mineralogy of Orange County. We also collect in other various places throughout New York, New Jersey,...

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West Seattle Rock Club, a club dedicated to the advancement of the lapidary arts and to enjoying the great outdoors. The purpose of this club is to promote the study and enjoyment of the lapidary arts with good rockhounding and good fellowship; and to further education and lapidary skills for...

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The Geological Society of Maine is a non-profit organization dedicated to geological issues and education in Maine.  The Society’s membership includes teachers, students, working geologists, aspiring geologists, retired geologists and other interested persons.

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The Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (NBMG) is a research and public service unit of the University of Nevada and is the state geological survey. NBMG is part of the Mackay School of Earth sciences and Engineering within the College of Science at the University of Nevada, Reno. NBMG scientists...

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The American Fossil Federation (AFF) is a vital, active, energetic organization compromised of both amateur and professional paleontologists plus collectors who are bonded by a love of fossils. The club emphasizes education. Most meetings feature speakers giving presentations on topics of...

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The Gem & Mineral Society of Lynchburg promotes, educates, and encourages interest in geology, mineralogy, lapidary arts and related sciences. The society is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies, Eastern Federation of Mineralogical & Lapidary Arts Societies, Inc...

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The Tennessee Mining Association is the state’s professional association for individuals in the coal mining, rock and stone mining, equipment supply and professional services fields. Our mission is to educate Tennesseans about the important role our member’s industries play within the state’s...

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The Mile Hi Rock & Mineral Society, Inc. (RAMS) is a nonprofit organization, with its objective being the education of its members on all aspects pertaining to the rock and mineral lobby and associated arts.

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The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest nonprofit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, and the promotion of environmental and...

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The Dothan Gem & Mineral Club is a member of the Southeast Federation and the American Federation of Mineral Societies. The main objectives of the Club are: to stimulate interest in lapidary arts, earth science,s and other related fields; to sponsor educational programs within the membership...

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The Sioux Empire Gem and Mineral Society (SEGAMS) is a nonprofit, educational "family friendly" club established in 1964. We get together to share our hobby and knowledge about the earth sciences, fossil identification, rock collecting, lapidary and other related topics. Our activities include...

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The Livingston Gem and Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization and member of the Midwest Federation of Mineralogical Societies. Our purpose is to promote, through educational means, public interest and increased knowledge in the fields of mineralogy, archaeology, paleontology, and the...

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The Dry Dredgers is an association of amateur geologists dedicated to the knowledge and enjoyment of fossils. It's aim is to stimulate interest in geology, to encourage the collection and identification of fossils, and to participate in field trips and exhibitions.

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The Riverton Mineral and Gem Society Inc. (RMGS) in Riverton, Wyoming, is an organization of people of all ages and experience levels who share a love of minerals and rockhounding. The club holds monthly educational meetings during the winter months, and the group hosts multiple outings each...

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The Indiana Coal Council (ICC) is a trade association for the coal industry in Indiana. The not-for-profit corporation was formed to foster, promote and defenc the interests of Indiana's coal producers, coal reserve holders, and other business entities related to the coal industry. The Indiana...

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The Imperial Bone Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest in various earth sciences such as Geology, Mineralogy and Paleontology, as well as related fields such as lapidary arts. Through classes offered at the “rock shop,” field...

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The purpose of the Orcutt Mineral Society is collection and lapidary treatment of and to stimulate interest in rocks and minerals. To gain knowledge of the methods and procedures for collecting, identification, classification, cutting, polishing, and mounting of rocks and minerals for display....

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We are individuals who share an interest in the geology of the Permian Basin. Our membership includes, but is certainly not limited to, people from the petroleum and environmental industries, as well as those doing research in the academic arena. Our foremost mission is to share information...

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The Geological Society of Nevada is a scientific society dedicated to promoting the geological sciences.

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The Nevada County Gem & Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization that has the following objectives: to promote the study of mineralogy, geology, and fossils; to encourage the collection of minerals and gems; to foster the study and practice of the lapidary arts; to provide field trips to...

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The purpose of the Ventura Gem & Mineral Society (VGMS) is to promote popular interest in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and related subjects; to sponsor and provide means and activities that will result in dissemination of information and knowledge within these subjects; to conduct or...

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The mission of the Tennessee Geological Survey is to encourage and promote the prudent development and conservation of Tennessee’s geological, energy, and mineral resources by developing and maintaining data bases, maps and technical services; providing accurate geologic hazard assessments; and...

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