Links

http://www.rockhounds.com/  – Rock&Gem Magazine has joined Bob’s Rock Shop online and we’re working together to provide a first class topical information and connectivity resource for rockhounds on the Internet

http://www.memphisgeology.org/  – A massive ammount of information for rockhounds…Rockhounds News Online

http://www.woodenski.com/  – A commercial site specializing in out-of-print USGA and geology papers.

http://www.amfed.org/sfms/index.html  – The official web site for the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies, Inc.

http://www.mindat.org/   – An online database of minerals and localities.

 http://www.gemdat.org/  – The gemstone and gemology information website

http://camelotgemsandjewelry.com – Personal website of Jim Souter.

 http://shop.jaysrockshop.com/ – Personal website of Jay Batcha.

http://www.georgiasfossils.com/index.html– Personal website of Thomas Thurman.

 https://www.masmacon.org/  –  Exhibits and programs, collections, and more information on the museum located in Macon, Georgia.

 http://www.lapidaryschool.org/ – The William Holland School of Lapidary Arts is situated on a mountain in north Georgia near the North Carolina border. It is a Rockhound’s Dream come true.

 http://www.wildacres.org/ Wildacres Retreat: A conference center offering its facilities to nonprofit groups which conduct educational or cultural programs and seminars.

http://www.atlantaartworx.com/ – Atlanta Art Worx Jewelry | Metal Arts Center offers students an authentic, working metalsmithing studio experience where they can learn and perfect their skills in silversmithing and other aspects of jewelry/metal arts.

http://www.oregonthundereggs.com/ – Jason Hinkle’s rock shop. Located in Historic Downtown The Dalles, Oregon ~ Oregonthundereggs.com offers the largest selection of Thundereggs from Oregon State, the U.S. and  the Globe.

Casora Jewelry Safe Company– Casora Safe Company has a great site “Guide to Diamonds, Rocks, and Minerals.”

Macon, Georgia 31210