The Kamloops Exploration Group Society (KEG) is a registered society that serves to generally promote the interests of mining and prospecting for minerals, metals and petroleum.
NEW FIELD TRIP AND WORKSHOP ADDED!!!!!!
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!! Click here
Congratulations to Colin Russell for submitting this years winning entry for the theme contest. the 2014 KEG Conference & Trade Show's theme is
EXPLORE BC - WE ARE RESOURCE - FULL!
Thank you Mitch Mihalynuk for an amazing lecture on Tomographic Time Travel! Mitch also spent his day at the Kamloops Museum & Archives with students from the district. Thank you for all the education you have passed on!!
The schedule for the 2014 Lecture Series is now available! Check out the public education tab for all the details! The next lecture is:
WEDNESDAY March 12th
Nancy Van Wagoner
"The Geology of Ceramic Arts"
LECTURE AT 7:00 PM
TRU Mountain Room
The KEG Conference & Trade Show is an excellent opportunity for teachers who teach mining or geoscience units to find out more about mineral exploration and current development projects in BC from the prospectors, geologists, and others in the broader minerals industry who present or exhibit at the conference.
Conference organizers will waive registration fees for teachers to attend on April 9th.
There will be a short discussion with KEG Directors from 1:30 - 2:30 to discuss how KEG can help in the classroom and get information to support education in geology and mining.
Register: Fill out the online booking form.
Deadline: April 1, 2014.
Notes: MineralsEd will cover one-day TOC costs for a limited number of Kamloops area teachers who wish to attend KEG 2014.
For more information visit Minerals Ed
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!
Thank you to our volunteer geologists Lorne and Leo for identifying rocks for over 50 guests at the annual fall ask a geologist. Special thanks to the Kamloops Museum and Archives for hosting the event.
A huge thank you to Mining 4 Society Chair Royanna Wild and all the committee members, volunteers and those who attended. This was an incredible event full of hands on displays for the whole family. We look forward to next years!
Please take a look at the 2013 Directory. If you have any changes or additions, please email email@example.com
download the KEG Directory in PDF format
Are you interested in having a geologist come and speak to your group? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Julie Dormer at 250.320.2411
For some fun and local rockhounding adventures, please see our Public Education Tab to download your copy of the Kamloops Geotour Guide. Fun and educational activities for the whole family!
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