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The purpose of the Michiana Gem & Mineral Society is to promote the study and enjoyment of the earth sciences and the lapidary arts, and to share lapidary knowledge and techniques. As a nonprofit club we welcome friends, families, anyone whom has an interest in the fields of geology,...

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The purposes of this society are to stimulate interest in the geosciences, to promote the advancement of the geosciences and that of the profession of geology, to disseminate pertinent geological and related technological information, to encourage professional interaction among geoscientists,...

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The object of this society shall be to unite and associate those persons who are interested in the study and collecting of minerals and gemstones; for the mutual improvement in the art of cutting and polishing gem or semi-gem material; and for increasing the knowledge of its members about the...

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The objectives of the Lafayette Geological Society are to advance geology as a science and profession, encourage cooperation and fellowship between all members and others interested in geological problems, foster higher standards of education and ethics among members, and to encourage public...

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The Aiken Gem, Mineral, and Fossil Society strives to stimulate interest in the collection of gem, fossil, and mineral materials; impart knowledge of lapidary work, mineralogy, collecting, and classification of minerals; and applying the art so greater pleasure can be derived from these...

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The Pittsburgh Association of Petroleum Geologists (PAPG) is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to provide a forum for petroleum geologists in the Pittsburgh area to meet socially and discuss technical topics relative to the exploration and development of reserves in the Northern and...

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The purposes of this Corporation shall be to advance the science of Paleontology, especially in Florida, to disseminate knowledge of this subject and to facilitate cooperations of all persons concerned with the history, stratigraphy, evolution, ecology, anatomy, and taxonomy of Florida’s past...

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The objectives of the Houston Geological Society are: to stimulate interest and promote advancement in geology for the Houston area; to disseminate and facilitate discussion of geological information relationships among geologists in the area; and to aid and encourage academic training in the...

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The Union Internationale de Spéléologie (UIS) is the international body for caving and speleology. Formed in 1965, its voting members consist of a delegate from each member country. This delegate represents the country's cavers and speleologists, rather than its national body(s). An elected...

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The North Shore Rock & Mineral Club was formed in 1958 to stimulate interest in the collection of minerals and to disseminate knowledge of minerology, collecting and classification of materials and their application to the arts so that greater pleasure may be derived from these hobbies.

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Founded in 1919, the Dallas Geological Society strives to advance the professional interests of all geoscientists in the Dallas area, regardless of the geoscientific discipline they practice or the industry in which they serve.

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Awaken the Rock Hound in you! We are enthusiastic, fun-loving, adventurous rock hounds who think that searching the mineral rich Arizona land for “treasure” is the greatest! Join us for fun and field trips in the beautiful, mineral rich West Valley and beyond. Open to all ages!

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The Morris Museum Mineralogical Society (MMMS) was founded in 1971 to promote interest and education in the various earth sciences and, in particular, the subjects of geology, mineralogy, paleontology, lapidary and related subjects.

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The general purpose is to provide education and encourage the knowledge and study of mineralogy, geology, paleontology, earth sciences, metal crafts and the lapidary arts.

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St. Lawrence Co. is located in Northern NYS. Our club has over 90 members. Our area hosts two neighboring mining companies; St. Lawrence Zinc and Gouverneur Minerals Co. Each has provided much collecting over the years, but currently no collecting available without permission.

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The Michigan Basin Geological Society (MBGS) was founded in 1936 as an affiliated non-profit organization of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas relating to the field of petroleum geology through field excursions and meetings....

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The Bay Area Geophysical Society (BAGS) was founded in 1962 to promote the science and practice of geophysics in the Bay Area. The BAGS officers hold and continuously build connections with universities, national laboratories, USGS, as well as with various private geophysical contractors,...

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Santa Lucia Rockhounds Inc. is a charitable group organized as a California non-profit benefit corporation. The group promotes the study of minerology, including , but not limited to, the fields of lapidary, metalworking, jewelry design and fabrication, geology, field trips for collecting and...

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The Lake Elsinore Gem and Mineral Society (LEGMS) was organized in 1989. It is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote the collection and study of minerals and allied earth sciences and to share information on lapidary arts and jewelry techniques. LEGMS meets 10 times a year,...

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The Alabama Coal Association was formed in 1972 by a small number of surface mining companies who recognized the need for a unified voice  to co pe with the modern-day issues that impact so dramatically on the mining industry. In July 1984, ACA merged with the Alabama Mining Institute, a 75 year...

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We are a non-profit organization set up to promote, and to disseminate information about, the geological sciences in the city of Pittsburgh and the western Pennsylvania region.

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AGI Education offers an exciting array of cutting-edge products and services for K-12 educators — including NSF-funded curricula, high-definition videos, classroom activities, teacher professional development, and online resources. Check back often to see what’s new from AGI Education!

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The Huachuca Mineral & Gem Club provides information on rocks and minerals, monthly meeting, a gem and mineral show, field trips and more to the local Huachuca, AZ community. Guests are welcome!

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The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The GSC is Canada’s oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations. It was founded in 1842 to help develop a viable Canadian mineral industry by establishing the...

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North Texas Geological Society (NTGS) was founded in 1923 in Wichita Falls, Texas just six years after the organization of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) in 1917. NTGS is a member society of the Southwest Section of the AAPG.

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The particular objectives for which the Danbury Mineralogical Society is formed are: to promote general interest in mineralogy; to study rocks, minerals, fossils, and the lapidary arts through lectures and discussion groups and field trips; to encourage the search for minerals indigenous to our...

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The Vermont Geological Society is a nonprofit educational corporation compromised of academic, industry, and state government members interested in promoting the study of geology in the state of Vermont.

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The Mother Lode Mineral Society is devoted to educating, enlightening and educating its members and the public in many areas evolving from its mission in the earth sciences and lapidary arts. The club participates in, teaches and promotes classes at the Modesto Junior College in beginning and...

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The Central Pennsylvania Rock and Mineral Club, Inc. was established in 1958 by rock and mineral enthusiasts to: encourage the interest, enjoyment, and appreciation of members, prospective members, and the public for rocks, minerals, gems, fossils, and the lapidary arts.

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Our mission is simply to provide a gathering place, forum and network to promote lapidary and related arts. Members range from newbies to highly skilled craftpersons, and bring a wide variety of experience, skills and creativity into our classes. Membership offers classes focused on a variety of...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Michigan Geological Survey at Western Michigan University facilitates basic and applied geological research to promote the best use of Michigan's geological resources for their social and economic benefits while protecting associated resource values and the environment. The Michigan...

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The objectives of the club are to stimulate interest in the collection of rocks, minerals, gem materials, and legal fossils. To discuss and impart our knowledge of the different phases of collecting, cutting, polishing, and displaying them. Also to organize educational meetings, field trips, and...

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The Searchers is an educational organization dedicated to the pursuit of rockhounding, lapidary arts, and jewelry making. The Searchers have monthly meetings, monthly field trips during cool months, a fully equipped lapidary workshop, and the best annual rock show you have ever seen. We also...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating our members and the community about gems, minerals, and fossils. Our objectives and purposes are to: increase our appreciation of the beauty and value of the land in which we live; foster good fellowship...

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The mission of the Alabama Geological Society is: to promote geology as a profession and as a science; to encourage friendship and cooperation among members and branches of the profession; to accumulate and make available geologic knowledge; and to encourage public appreciation of the utility...

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The purpose of the Playground Gem and Mineral Society is to provide informative and stimulating programs on the lapidary arts, rock and mineral collecting, and related sciences to the community, in order to further appreciation and understanding of those areas of study. To exchange information,...

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The Forsyth Gem & Mineral Club (FGMC) was established in the early 1970s as a combination of the Forsyth Mineral Club and the Winston-Salem Gem Club - we love rocks! FGMC is an active organization with monthly meetings, field trips and a yearly gem show.

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The Hudson-Mohawk Professional Geologists Association (HMPGA) was established in 1994 to provide an open forum to strengthen and advance the geological sciences. HMPGA fosters the open exchange of ideas and disseminates information regarding the geological sciences to the community. HMPGA is...

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The purpose of the Northern Berkshire Mineral Club is to develop and educate students, the community, and our members in the field of mineralogy, including formation of rocks and minerals, the collection of minerals, their identification and display, and in the lapidary art of cutting, polishing...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Del Air Rockhounds Club, Inc is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts and techniques, geology, mineralogy and related fields. Our members enjoy lapidary-related programs, demonstrations, exhibitions, displays, and lectures. We also take monthly field...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Vermont Geological Survey, also known as the Division of Geology and Mineral Resources in the Department of Environmental Conservation, conducts research and mapping relating to the geology, resources and topography of the State. Accessible geoscience data, maps and publications provide a...

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The Mt. Baker Rock and Gem Club's purpose is to promote education and interest in the earth sciences, lapidary and related arts, and the joining together of people who share these interests.

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Purpose: The PSoA is a scientific, non-profit community-based organization devoted to the study of fossils. Our goals are: advancing the state of the science, educating the public, and collecting and identifying fossil specimens. Activities include: monthly meeting, field trips, and newsletters...

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The Stamford Mineralogical Society was founded in 1954. It is a nonprofit organization.

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The Michigan Mineralogical Society - MMS - is the premier organization in the state that seeks to educate, promote and further the science and hobby of mineral collecting, as well as an appreciation for fossils and gems. Each year, the MMS hosts the largest event of professionals and hobbyists...

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TERC is a nonprofit STEM education research and development organization. For more than fifty years, TERC has been introducing millions of students throughout the United States to the exciting and rewarding worlds of math and science learning. Led by a group of experiences, forward-thinking math...

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Geoscience Organizations

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The GSC is Canada’s oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations. It was founded in 1842 to help develop a viable Canadian mineral industry by establishing the...

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