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The Oxnard Gem & Mineral Society was founded in 1961 in Oxnard, California. The goals of the club are to enrich the lives of the community and the surrounding areas by promoting popular interest and knowledge in geology, mineralogy, lapidary and similar sciences.

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The purpose of our club is to promote interest and education in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, archaeology, and lapidary, to sponsor and provide means of coordination the work efforts of groups and individuals in these science fields.

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The International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) is a scientific organization made up of researchers studying the Laurentian Great Lakes, other large lakes of the world, and their watersheds, as well as those with an interest in such research. IAGLR members encompass all scientific...

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This site is intended to give those individuals interested in rocks, minerals, faceting and lapidary, a source for information on the earth sciences and supporting organizations.

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The Texoma Rockhounds host member meetings, club shows, field trips, and other activities related to rocks, minerals, and earth sciences.

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The Geophysical Society of Oklahoma city (GSOC) was chartered as the 6th chapter of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) in October, 1952. The GSOC holds monthly meetings from September-May and multiple special events throughout the year. We make a distinct effort to provide our...

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The mission of the New Hampshire Geological Survey is to collect data and perform research on the land, mineral, and water resources of the state, and disseminate the findings through maps, reports, and other publications. Major activities include: providing state agencies, local governments,...

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The New York Mineralogical Club is one of the oldest organizations in the nation devoted to the study and appreciation of gems and minerals. Since its founding by George F. Kunz (as in the gemstone “kunzite”) and others in 1886, it has grown to include nearly 250 diverse members ranging from...

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The Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization -- founded in 1943 -- that serves as an advocate for conservation professionals and for science-based conservation practice, programs, and policy. SWCS has over 3,000 members around the world....

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The Mingus Gem & Mineral Club provides a forum for its members to practice gem, mineral, and rock specimen collecting, and lapidary of all kinds in a fun, congenial atmosphere. Our goal is to share the joy of our hobby with the public and promote and preserve it for future generations.

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We are the organized to promote popular interest and education in the various Earth sciences, in particular, mineralogy; to foster exchange of knowledge of lapidary techniques; and to promote good fellowship. We are one of the oldest mineral societies in the nation, with membership extending...

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We are a group of hobbyists and professionals that have come together to share our love of rocks, gems, minerals, fossils, jewelry, and specimen collection. We have monthly meetings with an educational program, rock auction, door prizes, raffles and a business meeting. The Rockhounds of Central...

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The Lowcountry Gem and Mineral Society (LGMS) of Charleston, South Carolina is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to foster the interest in and to facilitate the study of gems, minerals, fossils, and other related fields of geology and earth sciences throughout the Lowcountry.

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The mission of the Energy Department is to ensure America's security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions.

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The East Texas Geological Society was founded in 1931. Based in Tyler, Texas, the society hosts a monthly meeting for members, a yearly tech & prospect expo, and other events. Enjoy browsing geological links, our calendar of events, letters from the president, and much more.

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The Ozark Earth Science Club promotes everything earth science: rocks, minerals, and more! The club also hosts an annual show, field trips, and programs.

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The Western South Carolina Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. of Greenville, SC was organized June 15, 1955 and has as its purpose the study and enjoyment of all fields related to gems, mineral and earth science.

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The Iowa Geological Survey (IGS) is a recognized leader in the geologic and hydrogeologic sciences. IGS is building on its rich scientific heritage, while serving Iowans through research, education, and outreach. The classification, management, and conservation of the state’s geological...

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The Coalinga Rockhound's Society Inc. was founded in 1954. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to learning and sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts; studying mineralogy and geology; collecting minerals and gem materials; and providing opportunities for the purchase, exchange, and...

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The Society's primary goals are to provide for the dissemination of knowledge and information concerning all of the earth sciences, to provide a format for the exchange and sharing of personal experience in the various fields, and to promote interest among its members and the general public in...

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The Geophysical Society of Tulsa provides professional development for practicing geophysicists and other geoscience professionals by offering continuing education and an annual symposium.

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The mission of the Survey has recently been expanded to include water resource planning and regulatory functions. These responsibilities have been added to the geoscience mapping, research and interpretive roles traditionally overseen at the Survey. While the Water Allocation and Well Permitting...

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The Buffalo Association of Professional Geologists (BAPG) was founded in 1985 to strengthen and advance the geological sciences; provide an open forum for the exchange of ideas; foster the spirit of scientific research; disseminate information related to the geological sciences; and uphold the...

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A Torrance, California society with monthly meetings and field trips for rockhounds, lapidary enthusiasts, and those interested in geology.

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The Mining Industry Council of Missouri is a trade association formed in 1966 and incorporated in 1971. Its membership is composed of companies actively engaged in mineral mining and production in Missouri, individual and companies holding mineral rights in property in Missouri and individuals...

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Argonne is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, where talented scientists and engineers work together to answer the biggest questions facing humanity, from how to obtain affordable clean energy to protecting ourselves and the environment. The laboratory works in concert...

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The purpose of the Rockwood Gem and Mineral Society is to increase and disseminate knowledge of the earth sciences and the lapidary arts among its members, to bring closer association of persons sharing those interests, and to promote the conservation, appreciation and intelligent use of our...

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The Lubbock Gem and Mineral Society was formed in 1958 by a group of rock hounds that wanted to bring about a closer association of those persons interested in the Earth Sciences and Lapidary Arts; to increase and disseminate knowledge about rocks, minerals, fossils and other geological...

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The mission of the EPA is to protect human health and the environment.

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Founded in 1966, the club is for everyone, age 9-99, interested in earth sciences, collecting minerals, crystals, fossils, cutting, grinding and polishing stones, tumbling stones, etching and carving stones, silver inlay, beadwork and silversmithing.

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The Palomar Gem & Mineral Club, a nonprofit corporation open to all adults and young people, was organized to promote the study of rocks, minerals, gems, fossils, and related subjects, such purpose to be developed through regular meetings with educational programs, field trips for the...

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The White Mountain Gem & Mineral Club was first founded in 1973 and chartered with the Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies. The purposes of the club are to: provide a means and the incentive for individuals with a common interest in mineralogy, lapidary, geology and...

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Our purpose is to enjoy , learn, teach, and conserve the rocks, gems, fossils, and ores and to collect, admire, brag, and show the materials we've found.

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Cobb County Gem and Mineral Society (CCGMS) is a group of people with a common interest in rocks and minerals who formed a non-profit organization located in Marietta, Georgia. We are dedicated to the studying and collecting of rocks, minerals, gemstones, fossils and the practice of lapidary...

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The Kentucky Paleontological Society was founded in 1993 for the purpose of promoting interest in and knowledge of the science of paleontology. It is intended that the Society be a network for the exchange of data between professionals and serious amateurs int he field. A newsletter is published...

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The Georgia Mineral Society (GMS) is the oldest and largest gem and mineral society in the Southeast. Founded in 1935, we are a completely volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to educating the youth of the state and members of our society in the field of Earth Sciences. Members...

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Established by legislation in 1927, the New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources is a research and service division of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (NM Tech). We are a non-regulatory agency that serves as the geological survey for the State of New Mexico. Through...

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The Burlington Gem and Mineral Club (BGMC) is a northern Vermont club open to anyone interested in minerals, mineral collecting, gems, fossils, and lapidary crafts. Club activities include presentations by club members and invited speakers at monthly meetings, field trips to collect minerals or...

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Our mission is to provide reliable, unbiased scientific information to public and private decision makers involved with land-use planning, environment, and economic development.

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The Minnesota Geological Survey is a research and service arm of the Newton Horace Winchell School of Earth Sciences at the University of Minnesota. It investigates the geology of Minnesota and provides basic public information on the geology of the state. The Survey works with state, county,...

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In 1980, the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) was created to secure long-term dependable water supplies for Arizona's communities. The Department: administers and enforces Arizona’s groundwater code, and surface water rights laws (except those related to water quality); negotiates...

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The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists (RMAG) is a nonprofit organization whose purposes are to promote interest in geology and allied sciences and their practical application, to foster scientific research and to encourage fellowship and cooperation among its members. RMAG is one of the...

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Our purpose is to promote & encourage the study of mineralogy, lapidary, gemology, paleontology, & other allied fields.

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The mission of the FWS is to work with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.

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We are an organization dedicated to the study of Gems and Minerals.  Our Society is open to all people, young and old, who share an interest in the study of Rocks, Gems, Minerals, Fossils and the Lapidary Arts.  We have been located in El Cajon, CA. since 1959. We strive to promote the common...

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The Palos Verdes Gem & Mineral Society is a nonprofit California Corporation whose primary objective is the promotion of the study, collecting, working, and exhibiting of gems, minerals, and fossils.

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The Wichita Gem and Mineral Society Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt, educational organization. Our purpose shall be exclusively educational and scientific; (a) to increase and disseminate knowledge of the earth sciences pertaining to minerals, gems, rocks, artifacts, and fossils and...

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The purpose and objectives of the Island Rock Hounds, Inc. are to conduct a nonprofit, non-political organization to provide the members opportunities for work study and stimulate in the the public and membership, scientific and educational interest in geology, mineralogy, paleontology,...

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The Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) is a state government agency within the Colorado School of Mines whose science-driven mission is to: help reduce the impact of geological hazards on the citizens of Colorado; promote responsible economic development of mineral and energy resources; provide...

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We are located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are a nonprofit family-oriented club. We collect minerals, fossils, rocks, and Indian artifacts. We have members who do lapidary, silversmithing, faceting, cabochons and wirewrapping.

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