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

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The Ozark Earth Science Club promotes everything earth science: rocks, minerals, and more! The club also hosts an annual show, field trips, and programs.

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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 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 Earth Science Literacy Initiative (ESLI), funded by the National Science Foundation, has gathered and codified the underlying understandings of Earth Sciences into a succinct document that will have broad-reaching applications in both public and private arenas. It establishes the "Big Ideas...

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The Alaska Geological Society (AGS) is a not-for-profit organization of both professional geoscientists and general earth science enthusiasts.  Our mission is to promote interest in, and understanding of, the geology of Alaska and to provide a forum and common organization for those interested...

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The Denver Geophysical Society is a nonprofit organization operated by its members to promote the science of geophysics, especially as it applies to exploration, and to promote the fellowship and cooperation among those persons interested in geophysical problems.

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Established in 1919, the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) continues to fulfill its mandate to collect and publish information on Montana's geology to promote orderly and responsible development of the energy, groundwater, and mineral resources of the State. A non-regulatory state...

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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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The Cincinnati Mineral Society is a non-profit association of amateur mineralogists and mineral collectors that promote the earth sciences, teach mineral appreciation, and participate in the collection and exhibition of minerals, meteorites, and other geological specimens.

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The McPherson Gem and Mineral Club is affiliated with the Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies  and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and abides by the AFMS Code of Ethics. Our objectives are to: promote and encourage education of earth sciences; provide an...

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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 Boston Mineral Club (BMC) was founded in 1936 to "promote the study and collecting of rocks and minerals, to encourage friendly cooperation among mineralogists and collectors, [and] to promote the study of mineralogy and related arts and sciences coming within the purview of earth sciences...

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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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First established in 1838, the Kentucky Geological Survey has investigated mineral, energy and water resources, and geologic hazards of Kentucky for 170 years. As the official geologic research organization for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, our mission is focused on research in earth resources...

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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 Palomar Gem & Mineral Club, a nonprofit corporation open to all adults and young people, was organized to promote the study of rocks, minerals, gems, fossils, and related subjects, such purpose to be developed through regular meetings with educational programs, field trips for the...

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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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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 EarthScope scientific community conducts multidisciplinary research across the Earth sciences utilizing freely available data from instruments that measure motions of the Earth's surface, record seismic waves, and recover rock samples from depths at which earthquakes originate.

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This society is dedicated to the education and promotion of the Earth sciences and their related arts: geology, petrology, mineralogy, archaeology, lapidary arts, jewelry.

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The Montana Coal Council is a nonprofit industry association whose membership includes all major coal mine operators, holders of Montana coal reserves, those who ship the coal, utilities who use the coal, and numerous suppliers and businesses directly and indirectly involved in the coal industry...

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Website of the Wyoming Geological Association.

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The Clackamette Mineral and Gem (CMGC) in Oregon City, Oregon welcomes you to learn about the lapidary arts and earth sciences. Our members enjoy collecting rocks, minerals, and fossil materials. CMGC was established in 1963 and continues to promote interest in the lapidary arts and earth...

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The Memphis Archaeological and Geological Society (MAGS) is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies. Mags members promote everything related to archaeology and geological sciences, mineral collecting, and other earth...

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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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The Bozeman Gem and Mineral Club i the oldest "rock club" in Montana. Club members have a wide range of interests including: fossils, mineral specimens, faceting, jewelry design, gemology, geology, and lapidary arts. Through various club programs, affiliations, and activities, we have fun,...

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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 American Society of Mining and Reclamation (ASMR) has evolved from a small West Virginia advisory council, which began in 1973. The focus is to include a broad spectrum of interests since the technology needed to protect, reestablish, or enhance the surface resources of the land is not...

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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 Palos Verdes Gem & Mineral Society is a nonprofit California Corporation whose primary objective is the promotion of the study, collecting, working, and exhibiting of gems, minerals, and fossils.

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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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We support rockhounds in Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint, Post Falls, Rathdrum, Priest Lake, Hayden and all regions of the North Idaho Panhandle with field trips, workshops and our annual Gem, Mineral, Rock and Jewelry Show. The general objectives of our club are to promote interest and education in...

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The Albuquerque Gem and Mineral Club was originated on Jan 22, 1944. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and enjoyment of the Earth sciences and associated subjects. Its primary purpose is the exchange of information and the furtherance of knowledge of Mineralogy,...

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The Dothan Gem & Mineral Club is a member of the Southeast Federation and the American Federation of Mineral Societies. The main objectives of the Club are: to stimulate interest in lapidary arts, earth science,s and other related fields; to sponsor educational programs within the membership...

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The Monterey Bay Geological Society focuses on members and geology of the local area. They hold regular meetings, participate in field trips, and educate the public on geology and GIS information of the surrounding area.

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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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Established in 1947, the Club is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to the earth sciences, local geology and mining history, rock-hounding, and lapidary and jewelry arts. It offers the only fully equipped open studio for lapidary and jeweler arts in this region with frequent...

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The mission of the Miami Geological Society if to advance the science of geology; to foster the spirit of scientific research; to disseminate information related to geology; and to advance the professional well-being of its members.

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The Tulsa Geological Society (TGS) is a non-profit organization of geologists and other geoscientists that share a common interest in geology. Our purpose is to educate and disseminate knowledge of and interest in the science of geology and related earth sciences, to promote the study and...

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The Bristol Gem & Mineral Club fosters interest in the earth and geological sciences, minerals, and the lapidary arts. We're located in Bristol, CT, where we hold monthly educational meetings, field trips, and our annual gem and mineral show. Interested in rocks, minerals, lapidary works,...

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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 Wisconsin Kettle Moraine area is rich in geological history. We are dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge of the earth sciences, specifically geology and mineralogy. Our objective, or mission, however, has become broader over the years to include teaching and demonstrating all aspects...

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We are dedicated to the study of geology, mineralogy, paleontology, archaeology, and lapidary.

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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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We are The St. Louis Mineral & Gem Society, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. The "Gateway to the West" is also close to lots of interesting geology! Geodes, crystals, archeological super-sites, minerals, and fossils (some around 2 billion years old!) are day trips away from our front...

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The North Jeffco Gem and Mineral Club promotes interest in minerals, gems, rocks and fossils. It also tries to improve and expand the use of outdoor resources and to foster a spirit of cooperation and understanding with other clubs and agencies with similar interests. The North Jeffco Gem and...

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The North Jersey Mineralogical Society is a nonprofit educational organization. Our goal is to bring together people who have a common interest in the study of earth sciences and mineral collecting in the Northern New Jersey area. Our mission is to educate our membership and others on how to...

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The New Mexico Geological Society promotes interest in geology and associated sciences, fosters scientific research and publications, encourages cooperation among its members, and stimulates interest in New Mexico Geology.

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The aim of the Earth Science Club of Northern Illinois (ESCONI) is to promote an interest in the earth sciences, among these are geology, paleontology, mineralogy, archaeology, micro-mounting and the lapidary arts.

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