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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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CSTA's mission is to promote high quality science education.
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The primary purpose of the Kimball Foundation is to provide opportunities for at-risk and disadvantaged youth in the San Francisco Bay Area to improve the quality of their lives and reach their highest potential. The foundation supports nonprofit organizations serving the residents of San Francisco,...
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The FEDCO Charitable Foundation was created when the FEDCO chain of stores closed in 1999. After creditors and employee benefits were paid in full, the remaining assets of more than ¤7 million were used to establish the FEDCO Charitable Foundation, a supporting organization of the California...
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The California Fertilizer Foundation's mission is to provide funding to California's public and private elementary, middle, and high schools for the continuation and/or implementation of in, and after-school garden programs. Eligibility: California's public and private elementary, middle, and high...
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Collection of gems and minerals donated by the Bancroft family; housed at UCSB; Location: Santa Barbara, CA
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The Bay Area Geophysical Society (BAGS) was founded in 1962 to promote the science and practice of geophysics in the Bay Area. The BAGS officers hold and continuously build connections with universities, national laboratories, USGS, as well as with various private geophysical contractors,...
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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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The Lone Pine Gem and Mineral Society (LPGMS) was formed in 1997 and is affiliated with the California Federation of Mineralogical Society and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies. The LPGMS participates in rock, mineral, and gem collecting and crafting, lapidary arts, specimen shows,...
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Interactive exhibit where visitors can learn more about stars, nebulae, and other treasures of the universe. You will not journey into the darkness alone: Stella the Interstellar Robot will go with you, showing you some of the awesome objects in the Universe's treasure trove. Explore stars of every...
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Want to get behind the controls of the original space roadster (a Mercury space capsule), see just how much rocket it took to put three men on the Moon and try your hand at landing there just as it was done the first time? We didn't just go to the Moon, we brought some of it back to Earth , Chabot...
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From the heart of the Solar System, straight to NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft, and delivered to you: A near-real-time interactive full color extreme ultraviolet animation of our dynamic and stunning star, Sol. The Sun doesn't get more personal or awesome than this! Zoom in on active...
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First and second graders come to Stanford for activities with geoscientists; Location: Stanford, CA
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The Culver City Rock & Mineral Club holds monthly presentations and speaker with expertise in their field. They also have a fully equipped laipdary shop for members, a monthly educational bulletin, sponsored Rock and Mineral show, field trips, mineral and specimen donations to local schools, and a...
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The Del Air Rockhounds Club, Inc is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts and techniques, geology, mineralogy and related fields. Our members enjoy lapidary-related programs, demonstrations, exhibitions, displays, and lectures. We also take monthly field trips...
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The club was founded in 1948 to promote education in the earth sciences and lapidary arts.
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The Indian Wells Gem & Mineral Society focuses on mineral collecting, specializing in crystal formations in their natural state, not something created by a member. They hold annual shows to exhibit rock, gem, and mineral finds.
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Our club encourages individuals of all ages to explore all of the wonderful things that the lapidary hobby has to offer, including collecting specimens and learning how to cut and polish lapidary grade rocks.
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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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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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