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About the Jefferson Land Trust Quimper Geological Society

We seek to foster an understanding of geologic concepts in our community by offering 4-5 illustrated lectures during the year and two summer field trips. We focus mainly, but not exclusively, on local and regional geologic features and issues. All talks are free and open to the public, although we gratefully accept donations at the door to defray our expenses.

Our speaking events are usually on Saturdays at 4 pm and the location of each event is noted on this website (see upcoming events listed below) and through our emails. Programs are generally announced in local print and electronic bulletin boards, too.

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Next Events (click photo or title for details)

 

07-01-2019 Quimper Geological Society (Note new name)

We have a new name: Quimper Geological Society In the eight years we have been operating under the Jefferson Land… Read more07-01-2019 Quimper Geological Society (Note new name)

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Bluffs at Fort Worden

07-15-2019: Fort Worden Geology beach walks (full)

Beach Walks on July 15 and 31, 2019:  Geology of Fort Worden Bluffs July 15th, Full (waitlisting now) July 31st, Full… Read more07-15-2019: Fort Worden Geology beach walks (full)

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09-20-2019: Fall field trip—Geology of Mt. Rainier with Pat Pringle (full)

Sept. 20-22, 2019:  Mt. Rainier Field Trip (full) Professor Emeritus Pat Pringle of Centralia College and colleagues will lead a… Read more09-20-2019: Fall field trip—Geology of Mt. Rainier with Pat Pringle (full)

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Oct. 26, 2019 Pat Pringle—About Buried and Submerged Forests

On Saturday, Oct. 26th at 4 pm, Pat Pringle will present an illustrated lecture on “Buried and Submerged Forests of… Read moreOct. 26, 2019 Pat Pringle—About Buried and Submerged Forests

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