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Rock and Gem Magazine 
Description: Since 1971, Rock & Gem has been the leading magazine for the lapidary and mineral hobbyist. Not a trade journal and not a scientific dissertation, it speaks to the average rockhound, providing just the right blend of entertainment and satisfying information. Armchair hobbyists and diehard diggers alike will find something to enjoy in each issue.

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Added on: 28-Jan-2017
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Tule Gem and Mineral Society 
Description: 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, tumbling, and faceting gems), and jewelry making. We provide educational Rock Talks to schools and organizations across Tulare County.

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Added on: 16-Jan-2017
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Vallejo Gem and Mineral Society 
Description: 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 rockhounging and collecting, cutting, and polishing. We are a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing our knowledge and talents of lapidary, lost wax casting, wire wrapping, silversmithing, beading, and other jewelry and crafting skills.

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Added on: 16-Jan-2017
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Trinity Gem and Mineral Society 
Description: Dedicated to promoting interest and appreciation of mineralogy, geology, lapidary and allied earth sciences. The Trinity Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit organization. They support scholarships to three Trinity High School students who major in the Earth Sciences. Their Lapidary School holds classes for kids of all ages in glass bead making, soapstone carving and lapidary skills.

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Added on: 05-Jan-2017
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Shasta Gem and Mineral Society 
Description: SGMS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the knowledge of gem, minerals and the lapidary arts programs, through reading, classes and field-trips to perpetuate a deep friendship of fellow rockhounds.

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Added on: 28-Dec-2016
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Santa Rosa Mineral and Gem Society 
Description: The Santa Rosa Mineral and Gem Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, located in Sonoma County, CA. and formed for the purpose of increasing the knowledge and understanding of science as it pertains to the study of minerals, gems, and fossils. We study geology, mineralogy, archeology, paleontology, and all the lapidary arts. We encourage the interest of our Junior Members, and reach out to the community throughout the year to share our interest and knowledge.

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Added on: 17-Dec-2016
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Sequoia Gem and Mineral Society 
Description: The Sequoia Gem and Mineral Society (SGMS) was organized in 1963 to serve the community by providing education in the Earth Sciences and training in the lapidary arts. We promote ethical, sound resource stewardship and good fellowship. We fulfill our mission through year-round offerings of field trips, lapidary workshops, classes, outreach presentations, public mineral displays, monthly informational meetings open to the public, plus our celebrated annual show, the Harvest of Gems and Minerals.

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Added on: 17-Dec-2016
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Santa Cruz Mineral and Gem Society 
Description: The Club was established in May of 1949. 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 various earth sciences.

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Added on: 17-Dec-2016
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Paradise Gem and Mineral Club 
Description: 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 non profit organization that is affiliated with the California Federation of Mineralogical Societies (CFMS) and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies (AFMS) and the Superior California Club.

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Added on: 15-Dec-2016
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Peninsula Gem and Geology Society 
Description: On a sunny Sunday in April, 1950, while sitting in a quarry on Half Moon Bay Road, the Rock Identification Class at the Palo Alto Adult Education taught by Lawrence Fuller appointed a temporary committee to write up a club's constitution and by-laws. They were approved in October and forty two charter members held their first meeting of the Palo Alto Geology Society. The founding members were interested primarily in rocks, their composition, their origins, their age and transformations. Today, we have an updated lapidary, a Vendor Show and a hope for new members.

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Added on: 15-Dec-2016
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