Hopes to gather enthusiasts of minerals, fossils and gemstones.
Composed of seven similar regional organizations of gem, mineral, and lapidary societies.
Contact details for the Societies' Rock Clubs.
Concerned with the study of clays. Member information, publications, meetings and source materials for sale.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the art of faceting gemstones. Beginning and advanced Gem Faceting classes offered.
Official site - for information on upcoming events and other announcements.
Society of people with an interest in minerals and other geological materials. Holds monthly field trips to study, collect, display and fashion what is found.
"A nonprofit international organization of professional mineralogists, gemologists, amateur collectors, and others who study or collect fluorescent minerals."
Aims to help consumers, collectors, and professionals with gemstones, gemology, lapidary and jewelry questions. Includes a list of safe and unsafe vendors.
Georgia's Oldest Gem and Mineral Society - Founded in 1935. A volunteer organization dedicated to educating the youth of the state and the members of this Society in the field of Earth Sciences.
Dedicated to bringing quality information and educational services to everyone interested in gemstones.
Association of clubs for lapidary enthusiasts interested in collecting gemstones, minerals, fossils, faceting, jewelry making, metal detecting, buying, selling and trading gemstones and minerals worldwide.
Society for the advancement of mineralogy and its application to crystallography, geochemistry, petrology, environmental science and economic geology through support of meetings and publication of books, journals and monographs.
Society aimed at promoting popular interest in the various earth sciences, and particularly the fields of geology, lapidary, mineralogy and paleontology.
Information on mineral exploration, mining, production and trade from the British Geological Survey Minerals Group.
Society of people interested in opals, based in Tukwila, Washington.
Established in 1976 to bring about a closer association of Clubs and Societies devoted to the study of Earth Sciences and the practice of Lapidary Arts and Crafts in the Southeast part of the United States.
Notices of meetings and events of interest to geoscientists and those involved in mineral exploration. Links to related Australian and international sites
Sponsors of the California Federation of Minerological Societies (CFMS) 1997 Show.
DNR manages more than 5 million acres of state-owned lands including forests, agricultural lands and submerged aquatic lands.
Sites that have to do with anything about gems, minerals or fossils.
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