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Rock & Gem April 2019, WorkShops in the Wild : Lifelong Learning at Wildacres, Emergence of Flourescence, Bladed Barite : In the East Potrillo Mountains, And More....

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Nurturing Innovation and Imagination
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Scientific Research Generates Interest
EXPLORING FLUORESCENCE HISTORY
ABANDONED BARITE PROSPECTS OFFER ADVENTURE
The Rich History and Lore of Minnesota Argillite
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