Welcome to the Grand Junction Geological Society!

We are a Society of Earth Scientists interested in the natural resources, and geology of the region surrounding Grand Junction, Colorado.

We meet once a month for an evening meeting during the months of September through May. This meeting features an invited speaker.  We meet at 7:30 PM at the Saccommanno Room of the Science Building (Wubben Hall) on the Colorado Mesa University campus.

We conduct field trips on an ad hoc basis throughout the year and enjoy the comaraderie and diverse expertise of our members. We encourage membership and participation of all geologists from students to seasoned professionals, and we welcome all interested parties to our meetings.

For information on the Society please send e-mail inquiries to:  info@gjgs.org


Upcoming Events:

Joint meeting with the CMU Geology Students
Saccomanno Lecture Hall
(In the Wubben-Science Building) 

Speaker--Rob Gay, Paleontologist for Colorado Canyons Association - Grand Junction, Colorado
“Fossils in Colorado’s National Conservation Areas” (abstract)
Also:  Special exhibit will  be on display in the adjacent halls and foyer of the Soccomanno Lecture Hall --- Department of Energy historical photo exhibit, celebrating the long history of the agency in Grand Junction and focussing on Uranium Era on the Colorado Plateau and Western Colorado.

Special notices:

The entire GJGS family is saddened by the passing of Bill Chenowith on July 24, 2018. Bill had graciously served the society in the capacity of Secretary and Treasurer since the early 1960's. Bill was a tremendous person and the unquestioned master historian of Grand Junction's "Uranium Era". Bill will be missed greatly by all who knew him.