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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 Birmingham Paleontological Society consists of an active group of people who enjoy learning about or teaching the science of paleontology. We enjoy collecting fossils for our own private collection, collecting items for research, learning about the significance of finds, and being in the...

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The Geological Society of Washington (GSW) was founded in 1893 to promote the increase and dissemination of geological knowledge. GSW provides a forum for geological interchange through a program of regularly scheduled formal talks, informal communications, opportunities to meet colleagues,...

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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 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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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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We are a mineral club whose main focus is on Orange County, and the surrounding area's minerals. Our goal is to share our knowledge and teach people about the history of the mines and mineralogy of Orange County. We also collect in other various places throughout New York, New Jersey,...

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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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The New Orleans Geological Society was organized on October 3, 1941, as a non-profit organization for the purpose of facilitating the development of the profession and science of Geology, with specific emphasis to exploration and production of petroleum and natural gas. Since Hurricane Katrina...

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The Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) is a science-based, public-service-driven Delaware state agency at the University of Delaware (UD) that conducts geologic and hydrologic research, service, and exploration for the benefit of the citizens of the First State. The mission of the DGS is to...

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

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The Chesapeake Gem & Mineral Society is a Baltimore, MD based non profit organization whose members share an interest in gems, minerals, fossils, rocks, and more. We provide a monthly club bulletin, activities, field trips, and educational articles.

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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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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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MSA, along with a Coalition of Rock & Gem Clubs, offer several fun and unique Field Trips throughout the year. We host many interesting Programs & Speakers and you are certain to meet new friends among our Rock and Mineral membership.

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The Geophysical Society of Alaska (GSA) is an organization dedicated to the study and practice of Geophysics in Alaska and about Alaska. Geophysics is the application of physics to improve our understanding of the Earth, including its hydrosphere, atmosphere, and its environment in space. GSA is...

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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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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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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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The purpose of the Orcutt Mineral Society is collection and lapidary treatment of and to stimulate interest in rocks and minerals. To gain knowledge of the methods and procedures for collecting, identification, classification, cutting, polishing, and mounting of rocks and minerals for display....

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

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We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and education of mineralogy, paleontology and the lapidary arts. We have monthly meetings at the Delaware Museum of Natural History, just north of Wilmington, Delaware. We have speakers and programs that promote the goals of the society...

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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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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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The New York Paleontological Society was founded as a forum to inform and educate its members and the public at large concerning the nature, interrelationships nd evolutionary development of all kinds of living things throughout geologic time - especially through the study of their fossils and...

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The South Coast Geological Society (SCGS) is one of the oldest and most active geological societies in California. We promote growth in the industry by stimulating students to showcase their research. Our goal is to motivate student interest by providing awards that are distributed to winners of...

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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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The Bitterroot Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit organization. Our purpose is to promote interest and education in various Earth sciences, including geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and the lapidary and faceting arts. We also support promoting and ensuring the right of amateur hobby...

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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 purpose of the Rogue Gem & Geology Club is to foster healthful fellowship among its members while pursuing the activities and knowledge of the earth sciences, and to serve the community by introducing its young people and adults to the wonders of the mineral world.

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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 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 Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI)'s mission is to provide earth science information and regulation to make Oregon safe and prosperous.

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Welcome to the Wickenburg Gem & Mineral Society site.  The purpose of this organization shall be to educate and to provide fellowship for people interested in rocks and minerals and to foster an appreciation of minerals, rocks, gems, and the Earth.

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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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The Delaware Valley Earth Science Society, Inc., a non-profit organization, was founded in 1956 and incorporated in the State of New Jersey in 1957. The Society promotes interest, knowledge, and the development of skills in the earth sciences. These interests include mineralogy, Paleontology,...

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Our purpose is to encourage interest and study in geology, mineralogy, lapidary, and allied earth sciences. The Tidewater Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit organization, founded in 1959 by a small group interested in the hobbies of mineral collecting and lapidary.

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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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Chicago Rocks and Minerals Society (CRMS) has matured in its sixty-five years of existence into a solid association of members who have interests in geology, paleontology, mineralogy, and the lapidary arts. Membership includes beginners, knowledgeable hobbyists, and professionals who are devoted...

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The South Dakota Geological Survey aims to perform scientific investigations that are designed to generate information on South Dakota's geologic and hydrologic resources. Fundamental aspects of those investigations are to include the collection, interpretation, and dissemination of geologic and...

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The South Texas Geological Society is a nonprofit organization whose purposes are to: advance the science of geology; promote the technology of exploring for, finding and producing raw material from the earth, their conservation and propitious use; foster the spirit of scientific research;  To...

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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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What is The Black Hawk Gem & Mineral? Located in Rock Island Illinois, part of the Quad-Cities of Iowa and Illinois. We are a non-profit organization actively promoting interest in collecting. studying and working with gems, minerals and fossils. Organized in 1955, the Black Hawk Club joined...

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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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This is the official website of the Rome Georgia Mineral Society, Northwest Georgia’s premier mineral club. It composed of amateur and professional enthusiasts of the various earth sciences, including geology, mineralogy, paleontology, gemology, lapidary, and other related subjects. The club has...

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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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The Alabama Mineral and Lapidary Society is a non-profit organization for people interested in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and lapidary arts.

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