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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 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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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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Skagit Rock and Gem Club is a family-oriented club that provides learning experiences about geology, rocks, gems, minerals, jewelry, nature and the great outdoors.

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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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The Professional Geologists of Indiana (PGI) is an organization dedicated to networking and problem solving of earth science and environmental issues. We are an organization that supports a growing field of environmental professionals.

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The Indepencence Gem and Mineral Society was founded in 1948 for purposes of generating interests in the fields of geology. Awareness of faceting, fossils, lapidary art, metalcraft, minerals, and other geologically connected topics are promoted through club programs, classes, field trips,...

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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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We are a group of individuals with a variety of backgrounds, interested in rocks, minerals and earth sciences. We have lectures, auctions, trips, pick tables, and most importantly FUN!  We also have a Kid's Corner where they can learn at their own levels and earn badges too.

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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 purposes of the Oklahoma City Geological Society (OCGS) are: advancing the geological sciences and the profession of geology in general; promoting high ethical standards of conduct among its members and within the profession of geology; establishing standards of education, experience, and...

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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 Geology Club is an active organization composed of people of many interests and capabilities — teachers, retirees, geologists, hobbyists and others. It was organized in January 1962 at the request of interested people in the community seeking knowledge and direction in geology and related...

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Website of the West Virginia Geological & Economic Survey (WVGES).

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The Florida Geological Survey is the premier state government institution specializing in geoscience research and assessments to provide objective quality data and interpretations. Environmental, conservation, and public-welfare issues are addressed through applied field and laboratory...

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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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The Texas Mining and Reclamation Association (TMRA) serves as a single voice for the Texas mining industry and exhibits integrity, clarity and vision in its efforts to create a balance between mineral production, environmental protection, economic strength and public welfare. The association...

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The Dallas Gem and Mineral Society is organized to promote: Interest in knowledge and skill in the lapidary arts and in the art of metal working, embodying the use of polished gems and minerals when appropriate; interest in the collection and study of rocks and minerals, to increase knowledge of...

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The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.

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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 Society for Archaeological Sciences (SAS) is a non-profit international association promoting research on and dissemination of scientific knowledge of our human past, studied through use of a wide range of analytical techniques on archaeological materials. SAS represents a distinguished...

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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 automated NOAA Weather Radio programming system will support Spanish language broadcasting. Spanish language synthesized voice will be provided for any product received in Spanish language. In addition, transmitters serving a significant Hispanic population will begin broadcasts of automated...

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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 Spokane Rock Rollers Club is built from a group of individuals based in the Inland Northwest (Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho) who share a common interest in rocks, minerals, and gems and what can be done with them. Our club has a full service lapidary shop and a gem faceting lab where...

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The Santa Rosa Mineral and Gem Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, located in Sonoma County and formed for the purpose of increasing the knowledge and understanding of science as it pertains to the study of minerals, gems, and fossils. We study geology, mineralogy, archeology,...

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The Oklahoma Geological Survey is a state agency for research and public service located on the Norman Campus of The University of Oklahoma and affiliated with the OU Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy. The Survey is chartered in the Oklahoma Constitution and is charged with investigating the...

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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 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 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 Florida Gold Coast Gem and Mineral Society is a group of like-minded individuals who share a common passion for all the Earth's geological features. We host monthly meetings, programs and presentations, and instruction on jewelry-making techniques.

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

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

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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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Belonging to this club is a great way to learn about minerals, be trained on and use the club's lapidary equipment and go on local field trips.  Our field trips are to various mines (some which may not be accessible without belonging to a club), gold panning, going to the Maine coast picking up...

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The objectives of the Abilene Geological Society shall be to promote the sciences of petroleum geology, environmental geology and related technologies in West Central texas; to foster scientific spirit in fields of petroleum geology, environmental geology and related technologies; to encourage...

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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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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 Billings Gem and Mineral Club objective is sharing of enjoyment and education of all earth science related activities. We are a nonprofit organization devoted to the study of mineralogy, geology, paleontology, and the lapidary arts. We are also a member of the Northwest Federation and...

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We are earth science enthusiasts whose hobby is gems, minerals, and fossils! Member interests include paleontology, fossil collecting, geology, mineral collecting, lapidary arts, faceting, stone carving, knapping, gems, gem trees, and jewelry making. The purpose of the society shall be an...

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

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

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