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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 New York Mineralogical Club is one of the oldest organizations in the nation devoted to the study and appreciation of gems and minerals. Since its founding by George F. Kunz (as in the gemstone “kunzite”) and others in 1886, it has grown to include nearly 250 diverse members ranging from...

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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 Miami Mineralogical and Lapidary Guild's mission and purpose are to promote interest and education in the various sciences of geology, mineralogy, lapidary crafts, and other related subjects, and to sponsor and provide means of coordinating the work and efforts of all interested persons and...

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The Southern Maryland Rock and Mineral Club was established in 1982.  We are sponsored by the Clearwater Nature Center, a Division of the Prince Georges County Department of Parks and Recreation and The Maryland National-Capital Park and Planning Commission. The club is for people interested in...

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The object of the Society is a general dissemination of knowledge pertaining to the earth sciences: to sponsor regular meetings and field trips for the benefit of the membership and to be helpful along these lines to one another. The society is social and educational in character. Our club is a...

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The San Francisco Gem & Mineral Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and enjoyment of it's members and the community at large with respect to rocks, minerals, gemstones, lapidary arts and all things related. We have monthly meetings, at the club's own clubhouse in...

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Our goal is to promote and advance the appreciation of rocks and minerals. We have an annual picnic, an annual show, field trips and monthly programs chosen for their appeal to those interested in the earth sciences, lapidary techniques and general rock hounding. Our club is a nonprofit.
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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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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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Vital to our mission is public awareness and understanding of Wyoming’s geologic, mineral, and energy resources. Our website is an education resource for you to discover Wyoming’s geologic past, present, and future. It includes a wide array of downloadable data sets and more than 350 free...

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The Coalinga Rockhound's Society Inc. was founded in 1954. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to learning and sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts; studying mineralogy and geology; collecting minerals and gem materials; and providing opportunities for the purchase, exchange, and...

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Moraine Rockbusters is a member of the Eastern Federation of Mineralogical and Lapidary Societies and the American Mineralogical Society. We are a non-profit mineral, fossil, and lapidary club located in Mars, PA, just north of Pittsburgh, PA. We welcome visitors and new members of all ages and...

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The Utah Geological Association (UGA) is a non-profit organization of geologists and other geoscientists that share a common interest in Utah’s geology. The purpose of the UGA is to increase and disperse geological information to the scientific community, and promote public awareness of the...

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The Amador County Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization created to study mineralogy and geology and to collect minerals. Our mission is to practice lapidary arts and promote interest and appreciation in the Earth sciences and allied subjects.

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The Buffalo Association of Professional Geologists (BAPG) was founded in 1985 to strengthen and advance the geological sciences; provide an open forum for the exchange of ideas; foster the spirit of scientific research; disseminate information related to the geological sciences; and uphold the...

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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 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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This San Antonio, Texas based club is for persons interest in lapidary, rock collecting, field trips, poloshing, and more.

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The Knoxville Gem and Mineral Society (KGMS) is a nonprofit, educational and scientific interest group. It is a family oriented organization with members from all walks of life who share an interest in studying, collecting, and sharing rocks, minerals, and fossils. The KGMS provides enrichment...

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The purposes of the San Joaquin Geological Society are: the dissemination of geological and related information of interest to geologists; to serve as a vehicle for effective action on geological and professional problems; the promotion of better social and professional relations among members;...

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We are a casual group of rock loving people who enjoy going on field trips and sharing our collections with one another. You are welcome to join us and bring a mineral specimen and share what you know about it – or find out what it is!

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We are dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of geological and natural science, rock collecting and lapidary arts.

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Founded in 1939, the Oregon Coast Agate Club is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies, and the Northwest Federation of Mineralogical Societies. They specialize in rocks, gems, and mineral specimens found in and around the Oregon coast.

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Our mission is to bring about a closer association of those interested in the earth sciences in all its many facets. To hold regular meetings and conduct field trips for collecting material to study and lapidary use to the benefit of the members and the public in general. To assemble and gather...

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Cobb County Gem and Mineral Society (CCGMS) is a group of people with a common interest in rocks and minerals who formed a non-profit organization located in Marietta, Georgia. We are dedicated to the studying and collecting of rocks, minerals, gemstones, fossils and the practice of lapidary...

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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 Utah Geological Survey (UGS) is a division of the Utah Department of Natural resources, providing timely scientific information about Utah's geologic environment, resources, and hazards.

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The American Fossil Federation (AFF) is a vital, active, energetic organization compromised of both amateur and professional paleontologists plus collectors who are bonded by a love of fossils. The club emphasizes education. Most meetings feature speakers giving presentations on topics of...

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The Burlington Gem and Mineral Club (BGMC) is a northern Vermont club open to anyone interested in minerals, mineral collecting, gems, fossils, and lapidary crafts. Club activities include presentations by club members and invited speakers at monthly meetings, field trips to collect minerals or...

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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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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 Sportsman's Club offers a Spring Gem and Mineral Show, where visitors can see exhibits on quality jewelry of all kinds, beads, supplies, and more.

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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 Santa Ana Rock & Mineral Club serves rock and mineral enthusiasts who are interested in meeting with other people who share an interest in this spectacular hobby. Some topics included in meeting discussions are: copper mines, agates, silversmithing, fossils, lapidary, field trips,...

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The primary objective of the Peninsula Gem & Geology Society, Inc., is to promote interest in, and disseminate knowledge of, Geology, Mineralogy, and related subjects. The Society will conduct meetings, seminars, conferences and field trips in furtherance of the objectives stated above.

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The East Tennessee Geological Society is a non-profit organization of nearly 100 geoscientists in East Tennessee. Most of us live and work in the Knoxville/Oak Ridge area, but we have members from Memphis to the Tri-Cities area and beyond. We participate in ETGS to stay abreast of technical...

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The North Orange County Gem & Mineral Society (NOC) is dedicated to the advancement of the earth sciences by stimulating interest and encouraging the study of the geological and mineral science and lapidary arts.

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Our Mission: The specific purpose of the Yucaipa Valley Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. is to promote the earth sciences, paleontology, and the lapidary arts within the community. The objectives are to have educational meetings, earth science field trips, and exhibitions with members and the...

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The Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) is a state government agency within the Colorado School of Mines whose science-driven mission is to: help reduce the impact of geological hazards on the citizens of Colorado; promote responsible economic development of mineral and energy resources; provide...

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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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Vallejo Gem & Mineral Society was founded October 8, 1954. It was formed by rockhounds interested in sharing their interest and knowledge of rocks, minerals, geology, and other aspects of rockhounding and collecting, cutting, and polishing. We are a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization dedicated...

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The purpose of the Ventura Gem & Mineral Society (VGMS) is to promote popular interest in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and related subjects; to sponsor and provide means and activities that will result in dissemination of information and knowledge within these subjects; to conduct or...

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Established in 1948, the Calaveras Gem and Mineral Society continues to flourish and carry out its purpose of sharing knowledge and interests in rocks and minerals with others who have the same interests and providing information to its members and the public.

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The Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies (GCAGS) was formed in 1951 as an affiliation of 13 geological societies in the Gulf Coast area. GCAGS is a nonprofit professional organization whose purposes are to foster education and the communication of ideas, and to provide financial...

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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 St. Croix Rockhound Club is a nonprofit organization devoted to the education and study of lapidary arts, mineralogy and geology. We are an educational group based in the St. Croix River Valley of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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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 purpose of the Santa Clara Valley Gem and Mineral Society (SCVGMS) is the inclination of a love of rocks and minerals by the furtherance of member's interests in the earth sciences, and by education in all facets of related educational activities with the promotion of good fellowship, proper...

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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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