Rockhounding is the pursuit of colorful stones and minerals for collections, decorations, and making objects of art, including jewelry.
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Bobs Rock Shop
Ezine for mineral collectors, rockhounds and lapidary hobbyists. Includes forum board, bulletin board, details about Tucson events, and list of US clubs.
Founded in 1983. Book rockhounding field trips for clubs and organizations.
How to Become a Rockhound
Step by step instructions and tips for the prospective and beginning rockhound.
Kreigh's Web Resources
A large collection of links and original information for Rockhounds about geology, minerals, fossils, lapidary, rock clubs, and other related subjects. Many dealer sites have also been included.
Marco's Italian Minerals
Private collection, trade lists, research; and exchange experiences with other rockhounds. Only site that trades exclusively in Italian, or alpine minerals.
Minerals, Specimens and Crystals
Online link direct to the mines and lapidary shops for mineral specimens and crystals, display specimens, unique decorator and collector pieces.
Nikolay Gospodinov Collection
Bilingual Russian and English language site with photos and information on the mineral and fossil collection of Nikolay Gospodinov.
A blog designed to help rockhound enthusiasts connect, swap information, and chat. Features many categories and archives.
An authoritative and comprehensive guide to Arkansas geology, mineral, and rock collecting sites. Written by the well known geologist Mike Howard.
Santa Rosa Mineral and Gem Society
Information on field trips, how to join, and newsletter. California.
Virgin Valley Opals
Includes collection sites, geology and history of the area.
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