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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 North Seattle Lapidary & Mineral Club provides members with information and other activities involving rocks, minerals, gems, and lapidary arts. The Club hosts shows, workshops, outreach opportunities, and field trips. There is also a junior member portion of the club.

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The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is Europe's premier geosciences union, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Earth, planetary, and space sciences, for the benefit of humanity, worldwide. It is a nonprofit international union of scientists with over 12,500 members from all over the...

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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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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 East Texas Geological Society was founded in 1931. Based in Tyler, Texas, the society hosts a monthly meeting for members, a yearly tech & prospect expo, and other events. Enjoy browsing geological links, our calendar of events, letters from the president, and much more.

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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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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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This rockhounding club was founded to promote and encourage all aspects of collecting and studying rocks, minerals, fossils, and the pursuit of all types of lapidary and jewelry art. The club's goals are to educate members through field trips, lectures, classes, and hands-on experience about...

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The Colorado Mineral Society was founded in 1936 by a group of distinguished individuals within the mineralogical field. Its purpose is to promote the study of minerals and other geologic materials, to encourage mineral collecting as a hobby and to conduct public meetings, lectures, and field...

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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 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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We're a group of friendly people of all ages and experience who enjoy the hobby of lapidary arts. Our goals and objectives are to: promote the spirit of cooperation and fellowship among the membership; increase our knowledge of rocks and minerals and to explore the mystery and wonders of the...

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The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR)’s mission is to conserve and sustain Pennsylvania’s natural resources for present and future generations’ enjoyment.

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We are a section 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization for the study and enjoyment of gems, minerals, and fossils. The purpose of the society is to promote popular interest and education in the various earth sciences, in particular those dealing with the art of lapidaries and the science of...

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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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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 Mt. Hood Rock Club (501-3C non-profit) was founded in 1952 for the purpose of bringing together those that have an interest in the collection and identification of rocks, gems, minerals, petrified wood and fossils. Many of our rockhounds also have the lapidary skill required to cut, grind...

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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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Founded in 1966, the club is for everyone, age 9-99, interested in earth sciences, collecting minerals, crystals, fossils, cutting, grinding and polishing stones, tumbling stones, etching and carving stones, silver inlay, beadwork and silversmithing.

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Organized in 1967, The Micromineralogists of the National Capital Area, Inc. is now incorporated as a  non profit micromounting club. We mount microscopic minerals and explore them through our microscopes. Our mission is to promote, educate and encourage interest in geology, mineralogy and...

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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...

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The American Federation of Mineralogical Societies (AFMS) aims to promote popular interest and education in the various Earth sciences, and in particular the subjects of geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and lapidary and other related subjects, and to sponsor and provide means of coordinating...

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The Lakeland Gem Club was founded to: promote general interest in and education of earth sciences, geology, and mineralogy; to educate in the art of lapidary; aid in gem material and mineral identification; and for instruction in geological hobbies.

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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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A nonprofit membership club for collecting, education, cutting and polishing rocks and minerals. Also jewelry-making, shows and sales.

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The Department of Land and Natural Resources, headed by an executive Board of Land and Natural Resources, is responsible for managing, administering, and exercising control over public lands, water resources, ocean waters, navigable streams, coastal areas (except commercial harbors), minerals,...

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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 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 purpose of this club if to delve into the study of geology, mineralogy, and the lapidary arts. We also strive to stimulate interest in the searching and collecting of minerals and fossils.

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) may best be described as a small agency with a big mission: To sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of America's public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

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The purpose of the Nassau Mineral Club is to further and promote interest in all phases of geology, mineralogy, gemology, paleontology, and the lapidary arts. We bring together people with similar interests for mutual enjoyment and development.

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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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We are an organization dedicated to the study of Gems and Minerals.  Our Society is open to all people, young and old, who share an interest in the study of Rocks, Gems, Minerals, Fossils and the Lapidary Arts.  We have been located in El Cajon, CA. since 1959. We strive to promote the common...

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MAPS is one of the few strictly fossil clubs in the country. It is for the novice/beginner who wants to know more about these treasures from the past; it is for the old-timers who have so much expertise and knowledge to share with the rest of us; and it is for all those who fall in-between who...

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

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Welcome to the Antelope Valley Gem & Mineral Club! Many interesting and varied programs are offered: educational films and speakers, auctions of lapidary material, classes, and a geology field trip to gather materials. We sponsor a free gem and mineral show in the late Spring, and also...

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The purpose of the Lakeside Gem & Mineral Club is to promote activities of mutual interest for collecting and displaying of gems and minerals.

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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...

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The Capital District Mineral Club (CDMC) was founded in 1956 to promote the collecting of rocks and minerals; to foster friendly cooperation among novice, amateur, and advanced collectors and mineralogists; and to encourage the study of minerals, geology, and the allied sciences.

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The Pennsylvania Earth Sciences Association (PESA) is a Lehigh Valley based group of earth science enthusiasts - people who enjoying hammering rock and digging dirt in the quest for better specimens, individuals who prefer attending rock shows that don't result in hearing loss. Our membership is...

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Organized in 1967, the Heart of Wisconsin Gem and Mineral Society is a nonprofit, educational club dedicated to promoting interest and education in the earth sciences and lapidary arts. Members are of all ages and occupations and share a common interest in the earth and mineral kingdom.

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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...

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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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The Fort Worth Geological Society provides luncheons, job postings, memberships, and events for the grology- and geoscience-inclined.

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The mission of the Energy Department is to ensure America's security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions.

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The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is a federally funded research and development center devoted to service, research and education in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR's mission is to understand the behavior of the atmosphere and related Earth and geospace systems; to...

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The Victor Valley Gem and Mineral Club is a 501(c)4 Nonprofit Educational club.

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The mission of the El Dorado County Mineral and Gem Society is to offer a congenial and proactive environment in which to study and share interests in rocks and minerals, earth sciences and the lapidary arts.

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Founded in 1984 with support from the National Science Foundation, IRIS is a consortium of over 100 US universities dedicated to the operation of science facilities for the acquisition, management, and distribution of seismological data. IRIS programs contribute to scholarly research, education...

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