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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 Association of Missouri Geologists is a non-profit organization established to promote the study of Missouri Geology in all its aspects and to promote the education, welfare, and professional status of all geologists resident in Missouri.

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The Tualatin Valley Rock and Gem Club was created solely and exclusively for educational and scientific purposes with a focus on the natural earth sciences. We offer educational resources, field trips, meeting programs and the opportunity to grow your knowledge in this area. Not only are we...

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The purpose of the Kanawha Rock and Gem Club is: the collection and study of rocks, minerals and fossils and the sharing of knowledge and expertise in these fields; the study and practice of lapidary and the sharing of knowledge and expertise in this and related fields; and to cooperate with...

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Since 1916, the American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. With the help of volunteers and park partners, we are proud to safeguard these more than 400 places and to share their stories with more than 275 million visitors every year

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The general purpose of the Enid Gem and Mineral Society is to promote interest in various earth sciences, and in particular, the subjects of geology, mineralogy, paleontology, lapidary and other related subjects. Our club encourages mineral and rock collecting and lapidary workmanship as hobbies...

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The Southeastern New Hampshire Mineral club holds meetings, shows, and other events for fellow rockhounds.

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The Grand Traverse Area Rock and Mineral Club, Traverse City, Michigan (GTARMC) is open to rockhounds of all ages. Promoting our hobby is our main goal. We encourage a general interest i nrock and mineral study and collecting, encourage interest in various forms of lapidary arts and other...

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The main goal of the North Dakota Geological Society is to increase the awareness of geology and earth science in the everyday lives of people. We provide educational materials to schools, sponsor educational events, and have provided help or funding to many special projects throughout the state...

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The Conejo Gem and Mineral Club (CGMC) is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers. The Club promotes and extends the knowledge of minerals, geology, fossils, lapidary arts ad associated fields.

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The Saco Valley Gem & Mineral Club (SVJ&MC) was started to promote popular interest and education in geology, mineralogy, the lapidary arts, and other related subjects. We encourage our members to participate in club activities, including, but not limited to, monthly meetings, workshops...

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The purpose of the Missouri Valley Gem and Mineral Society is: to advance the earth sciences, lapidary arts, and related subjects; initiate and maintain interest in these subjects through study, periodic lectures, discussion, practical demonstrations, and field trips sponsored by the...

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Welcome to the Capital Mineral Club website. The Club is a 501(c)(3) non profit organiztion whose purpose is education in the field of Mineralogy and Geology and related subjects. The Club has also given grants to college students for field camp study and for thesis work on New Hampshire...

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The Pennsylvania Coal Alliance is committed to promoting and advancing the Pennsylvania coal industry and the economic and social benefit to the employees, businesses, communities, and consumers who depend on affordable, reliable, and increasingly clean energy from coal.

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Our group, a non-profit corporation, was formed for educational and instructive purposes, to foster the collection and study of minerals, to disseminate knowledge about them, to sponsor field trips to find them, to encourage the use of them in lapidary and faceting studies, etc. and to have a...

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Marin Mineral Society is a non-profit educational organization that was formed in 1953 for the promotion of and education in geology, lapidary, and allied arts. We welcome all those who have an interest in rock and mineral collecting, lapidary, carving, jewelry making, and other aspects of this...

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The Athens Rock and Gem Club is a non-profit organization located in Athens, Georgia. Its objective and purpose is "to promote recreational, educational, and scientific aspects of lapidary arts, rock and mineral collecting, and earth sciences, for adults and children."

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Established in 1946, we began as a small group interested in the hobby of mineral collecting and lapidary.  The Society's intent from the start was to further the knowledge and appreciation for a hobby that was just beginning to grow. Our mission is to encourage interest and study in geology,...

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The Kansas Geological Survey (KGS), a research and service division of the University of Kansas, is charged, by statute, with studying and providing information about the state's geologic resources. The KGS has no regulatory authority and does not take positions on natural resource issues....

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The mission of the NWS is to provide weather, water, and climate data, forecasts and warnings for the protection of life and property and enhancement of the national economy.

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The Everett Rock & Gem Club objective shall be to bring together persons who have chosen, as their hobby, the collection of rocks, fossils, minerals, and gemstones, the practice of lapidary art, jewelry making, and to encourage members in the pursuit of their hobby and they study of related...

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We are 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.

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The Rolling Stones Gem and Mineral Society provides members with information about local rocks and minerals, field trips, lapidary lab access and knowledge.

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The North Dakota Geological Survey was created by an act of the North Dakota Legislature in 1895. After more than 110 years, the Survey still serves as the primary source of geological information in the state. Its mission over the years has grown and is now three-fold: investigating the geology...

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The State Geological and Natural History Survey was established in 1903 by the CT Legislature (CGS Ch462) The Connecticut Geological Survey is a non-regulatory entity, dedicated to serving the geoscience information and mapping needs of the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental...

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The Sacramento Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing interest and knowledge of mineralogy, its related sciences, and the lapidary arts. We promote and organize field trips to collect specimens, study geology, and learn about minerals as they occur in nature. We also...

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The Mobile Rock & Gem Society (MRGS) is dedicated to stimulating interest in earth sciences and supporting the education of geology, mineralogy, lapidary arts, and related subjects.

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The Carolina Geological Society was founded in 1937 and incorporated in 1985. The purpose of the society is to: promote the geosciences, especially within the states of North and South Carolina; promote and encourage their study in the schools and colleges in these states; encourage research in...

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The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR)’s mission is to conserve and sustain Pennsylvania’s natural resources for present and future generations’ enjoyment.

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The Woecester Mineral Club offers monthly meetings as well as member access to their own claim in Fonda, NY for mining Herkimer diamonds.

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Mariposa Gem & Mineral Club (MGMC) is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1990 to promote earth science education and the practice of lapidary arts and crafts through articles, classes, field trips, shows, and workshops.

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Website of the Wyoming Geological Association.

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The Maryland Geological Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the collection, study, and display of all aspects of the geological sciences. Members include amateur and professional fossil and mineral collectors.

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The Atlanta Geological Society is a nonprofit organization with aims and objectives to strengthen and advance the geologic sciences as a profession and to provide an open forum for the exchange of ideas. The AGS intends to foster the spirit of scientific research throughout the membership...

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The Tule Gem and Mineral Society represents Tulare County, California.  We are a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts and techniques, geology, mineralogy and preservation of nature. Our areas of interest include lapidary work (cutting and polishing rocks,...

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Founded in 1948, the Keene Mineral Club has always been an active group of collectors united by a common bond: their excitement about and love of collecting minerals. Today, we have over 100 or so members whose interests cover the full spectrum: crystals, minerals, gems, lapidary, micromounts,...

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UNAVCO challenges themselves to transform human understanding of the changing Earth by enabling the integration of innovative technologies, open geodetic observations, and research, from pole to pole.

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The Everglades Geological Society is an organization which seeks to promote interest in and understanding of geology and the earth sciences, and to provide a common organization for those individuals interested in geology and the related earth sciences.

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The Southern California Paleontological Society, founded January 5, 1960, is a non-profit organization which pledges itself to work in cooperation with scientific institutions and for the preservation of the fossil record. Participation is invited in the program to collect, preserve, and study...

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The Greensboro Gem and Mineral Club, Inc. was founded in 1954 and became a non-profit corporation in June 1999. The objectives of the Club are to promote interest and knowledge of gems, minerals, fossils, and Earth Sciences. It also provides instruction and information pertaining to rock-...

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We are a local chapter of the national AMS designed to serve the local Tallahassee community and the professional meteorological community in North Florida, South Georgia, and Southeast Alabama through outreach and social programs. It is our goal to promote and improve the visibility of...

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The Connecticut Valley Mineral Club was founded in 1940, dedicated to the study, appreciation, and preservation of rocks, minerals, fossils, and all aspects of Earth science. We pass on our love of minerals to people of all ages with a special focus on schools with lectures and hands on...

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The California Independent Petroleum Association (CIPA) is a non-profit, non-partisan trade association representing approximately 500 independent crude oil and natural gas producers, royalty owners, and service and supply companies operating in California.  Our members represent approximately...

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The Mojave Desert Gem and Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization for people interested in collecting and learning about gems, minerals, rocks, fossils, lapidary arts and other earth sciences. The club holds monthly meetings and sponsors a variety of special events including field trips,...

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The Wyoming State Mineral and Gem Society (WSMGS) was organized in 1937 to bring about a closer association of Clubs and Societies in Wyoming devoted to the study of Earth Sciences and the practice of lapidary arts. The Society promotes good fellowship among area clubs and a greater appreciation...

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The Pennsylvania Earth Sciences Association (PESA) is a Lehigh Valley based group of earth science enthusiasts - people who enjoying hammering rock and digging dirt in the quest for better specimens, individuals who prefer attending rock shows that don't result in hearing loss. Our membership is...

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The mission of the Pennsylvania Geological Survey is to serve the citizens of Pennsylvania by collecting, preserving, and disseminating impartial information on the Commonwealth's geology, geologic resources, and topography in order to contribute to the understanding, wise use, and conservation...

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The Wyoming Mining Association serves as a unified voice, providing value at a reasonable cost to its membership, by communicating, influencing, and promoting issues on behalf of the mining industry. WMA promotes the mining industry by communicating with elected officials, regulators, educators...

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The Maryland Geological Survey has been an agency within the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) since 1969. With a reorganization of DNR in 1995, the Survey is now a division of DNR's Resource Assessment Service. Its primary mission concerns geologic studies, including geologic mapping,...

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The hobby of the rockhound has many different aspects. We are collectors of minerals and fossils and craftsmen in many types of lapidary arts. Knowledge, skill, and areas of interest are the rock hound’s choice. Some of us are purists, who insist on doing all of our collecting and work in...

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