A paper was presented at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Denver on October, 30, 2013. Click here to see the abstract of the paper/presentation
- Pebble Pups and (age 5-12) Junior Members [Earth Science Scholars] (age 12-17) meet from 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm
The live LGGMC classes meet the third Wednesday of each month during the academic school year from 6 pm to 6:45 pm. All classes are held at the Pikes Peak Historical Society's Museum in Florissant just past the intersection of Highway 24 and Teller County 1 (just a bit south on Teller 1 toward Cripple Creek on the right).
There are 15 merit badges that can be earned. After six are earned the pebble pup or junior will receive a Rockhounding Badge and certificate as a mark of accomplishment and distinction.
The merit badge program of guided activities are in these areas:
- Rocks and minerals
- Earth resources
- Lapidary arts
- Field trips
- Gold panning and prospecting
- Earth in space
- Rocking on the Computer