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The New York State Geological Association sponsors an annual geology field conference hosted by various organizations within New York State.

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The Panhandle Geological Society (PGS) is located in Amarillo, Texas. Amarillo, being a vital and substantial part of the oil and gas industry, is centrally located within a vast exploration area that includes portions of five states: Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, and Oklahoma.  Since...

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The Williamson County Gem & Mineral Society was formed to promote interest and enjoyment in the earth sciences, including minerals, gemstones, lapidary work, metalcraft, fossils and jewelry.

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Formed in 1985, the Arizona Hydrological Society (AHS) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing hydrology and water resources research, planning, and development. We not only provide an open forum for professionals to exchange information, but we also support public understanding,...

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The Minnesota Valley Gem and Mineral Club was formed by a small group of people who were interested in gems and minerals. The club does a variety of activities, including shows and field trips to hunt for rocks, gems, and minerals.

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Founded in 1958, the Timpanogos Gem & Mineral Society is active and expanding, and is the largest rock club in Utah, as well as one of the largest in the whole midwest.  We love visitors, and encourage anyone with an interest in gems and minerals to join us at one of our monthly meetings....

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The USGS serves the Nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life.

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The mission of the El Dorado County Mineral and Gem Society is to offer a congenial and proactive environment in which to study and share interests in rocks and minerals, earth sciences and the lapidary arts.

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The purpose of the Magic Valley Gem Club is to promote the study of mineralogy, allied Earth sciences, lapidary and faceting arts. The education and dissemination of information to its membership and the general public via activities and training is the club’s mission.

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Our mission is to advance geosciences knowledge of our members and communities by encouraging professional and social relationships, and providing field trips and meetings with interactive technical presentations.

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The Colorado Mineral Society was founded in 1936 by a group of distinguished individuals within the mineralogical field. Its purpose is to promote the study of minerals and other geologic materials, to encourage mineral collecting as a hobby and to conduct public meetings, lectures, and field...

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The Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization created to stimulate interests in rocks and minerals by furtherance of the activities of its members, in the earth sciences; to disseminate knowledge, methods and procedures for the collection, identification, classification,...

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Founded in 1950, The Roswell Geological Society is a constituent member of the Southwest Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG) and, as a non-profit entity, strives to advance the professional interests of all geoscientists in the Roswell area, regardless of the...

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We're a group of friendly people of all ages and experience who enjoy the hobby of lapidary arts. Our goals and objectives are to: promote the spirit of cooperation and fellowship among the membership; increase our knowledge of rocks and minerals and to explore the mystery and wonders of the...

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The Golden Spread Gem & Mineral Society is a not-for-profit group dedicated to educating and promoting gems, fossils, and minerals in the greater Texas Panhandle area.

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The Nittany Mineralogical Society, Inc.'s (NMS) purposes are education and encouragement of interest in the field of mineralogical and the earth sciences.

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Our goal is to promote and advance the appreciation of rocks and minerals. We have an annual picnic, an annual show, field trips and monthly programs chosen for their appeal to those interested in the earth sciences, lapidary techniques and general rock hounding. Our club is a nonprofit.
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The Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (WGNHS) has been working to serve Wisconsin for over 100 years. We provide objective scientific information about the geology, mineral resources, and water resources of Wisconsin.

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Arizona and mining have long shared history. From jobs to economic development and much more, mining has been part of the state's infrastructure for more than a century. At the Arizona Mining Association, we work to ensure mining also has a bright future in the Grand Canyon State. Take advantage...

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The Mississippi Gem and Mineral Society (MGMS) was established to promote knowledge and the enjoyment of activities related to the earth sciences. MGMS activities focus on rocks, minerals, fossils, lapidary arts, and jewelry making.

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The Tobacco Root Geological Society is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the study of geology of the Northern Rocky Mountain Province. We do a variety of activities, including: organizing and conducting an annual Geologic Field Conference; publishing geology field trip guidebooks...

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NASA's vision: To reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind. To do that, thousands of people have been working around the world -- and off of it -- for more than 50 years, trying to answer some basic questions. What's out there in space...

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We promote interest and understanding of the geology of El Paso and surrounding areas through field trips, books, guides, and outreach programs.

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The Maine Geological Survey (MGS) provides the people and businesses of Maine with essential geologic information about the land where we live and work. Our experienced geologists collect and summarize information about groundwater, mineral resources, surface deposits and bedrock materials,...

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The goals and objectives of the Southeastern Geophysical Society (SGS) are: to be the most succesful local geophysical society in America; to provide a service to the membership, local companies, and the regionl focus on education, technology, social and community; to be a force for good in the...

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The Colorado Water Congress' mission is to initiate and advance programs for the conservation, development, administration, and protection of the water resources of the State of Colorado. The CWC is dedicated to the successful promotion of policy that supports high-quality sustainable water...

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The Kalamazoo Geological and Mineral Society (KGMS) is a friendly group of people that share an enthusiasm for geology. The purpose of the club is to further interest in gems, minerals, geology, paleontology, and the lapidary arts.

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Founded in 1952 by Delmar Smith, Frieda Smith and “Cap” Mentzer, the Roxy Ann Gem and Mineral Society has grown over the years. The society has well over 1000 members with new members joining every month. The society consists of people from all walks of life, who have a passion in the many...

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A nonprofit membership club for collecting, education, cutting and polishing rocks and minerals. Also jewelry-making, shows and sales.

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We are a Society of Earth Scientists interested in the natural resources, and geology of the region surrounding Grand Junction, Colorado. We conduct field trips on an ad hoc basis throughout the year and enjoy the comaraderie and diverse expertise of our members. We encourage membership and...

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The North Carolina Fossil Club (NCFC) supports fossil related projects at North Carolina state museums and colleges, similar programs at other museums, and also student research.

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We are a casual group of rock loving people who enjoy going on field trips and sharing our collections with one another. You are welcome to join us and bring a mineral specimen and share what you know about it – or find out what it is!

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Founded in 1936, WGS offers a variety of ways to increase understanding of our planet. The purpose of WGS is to create an interest in the study of geology; to provide the means for the development of knowledge in geology; and to disseminate information concerning all phases of geology.

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The goal of the Ark-La-Tex Gem and Mineral Society are to create and stimulate interest in the study of gems, minerals, fossils, beading, geology, and the lapidary arts. The organization sponsors gem, mineral, and fossil hunting field trips, lectures on the lapidary arts, demonstrations and...

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The Mississippi Geological Society (MGS) promotes the pursuit of geological efforts in the region through publications, meetings, and more.

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We are an active and diverse group. From educators to artists, collectors to geology enthusiasts, there are many ways to enjoy rock related hobbies with our club.

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NOAA is an agency that enriches life through science. Our reach goes from the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor as we work to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them.

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The El Paso Mineral and Gem Society was organized in 1947. We are a Society of people with an interest of minerals and other geological materials. We encourage mineral study, collecting, and displaying and fashioning what we find as a hobby.

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Maplewood Rock & Gem Club fosters community spirit by encouraging the exploration of lapidary arts and appreciation of the earth sciences of geology, fossils, minerals, and gem stones. Members join together to enjoy each other's company as we explore new avenues of learning through field...

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The Southeastern Massachusetts Mineral Club (SEMMC) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1968 and has been in continuous association. Due to its geographical location SEMMC also serves the Boston community and Rhode Island. From its beginnings SEMMC has been envisioned both as an...

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Since 1947 the Columbine Gem and Mineral Society is a local organization of people who share interests in rocks and minerals, local travel, local geography, and history. The society is not geared towards professional geologists, but rather for the average person interested in rocks, minerals,...

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The Kalispell Rockhounds are a group dedicated to geology, rocks, minerals, gems, and lapidary arts. They host monthly meetings and partake on field trip outings to find specimens.

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Founded in 1963,The Rutland Rock and Mineral Club is an acttive group of people united by a common bond, What is that bond ? Their excitement about collecting rocks and minerals. The rock has members whose interests span from crystals to gems and lapidary to fossils. People of all ages are...

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The Capital District Mineral Club (CDMC) was founded in 1956 to promote the collecting of rocks and minerals; to foster friendly cooperation among novice, amateur, and advanced collectors and mineralogists; and to encourage the study of minerals, geology, and the allied sciences.

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The Grand Junction Gem and Mineral Club, Inc, is a nonprofit, taxexempt, educational organization. Our purpose shall be exclusively educational and social: (a) to increase and disseminate knowledge of the earth sciences pertaining to minerals, gems, rocks, artifacts, and fossils and similar...

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The mission of the North Carolina Geological Survey is to provide unbiased and technically accurate applied earth science information to address societal needs. This includes geologic maps, mineral resource and geochemical information, topographic maps and digital products, and earth science...

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The primary objective of the Peninsula Gem & Geology Society, Inc., is to promote interest in, and disseminate knowledge of, Geology, Mineralogy, and related subjects. The Society will conduct meetings, seminars, conferences and field trips in furtherance of the objectives stated above.

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Withlacoochee Rockhounds is a nonprofit organization with the purpose of fostering interest and promoting knowledge of minerals, gems, fossils, and earth sciences.

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We are a 300+ member organization dedicated to encouraging the study of earth sciences, lapidary arts, and other related fields, and to promoting the sharing of knowledge and skills with others. We also offer, upon request, speakers and displays on rockhounding and related topics for schools,...

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The Mississippi Gulf Coast Gem & Mineral Society Inc. is a nonprofit charitable organization. MGCGMS was created for pursuing interest in the lapidary arts and crafts for educational and scientific purposes, and to promote interest in gems, minerals, fossils, and jewelry making. We hold...

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