Tough Times vs. Continued Commitment

I would like to thank all of the companies and individuals that have continued their financial support for the HGS and our activities during these difficult times. Budgets are tight in the oil patch as all of you know. The direct result of these tight budgets is the loss of industry financial sponsorships for our events and fundraisers, coupled with a 50% attendance reduction at typically high attendance events, underwritten by the HGS. Please understand that even though the Houston Geological Society is a Not-For-Profit 501 C organization; we still need to generate enough profit at our events to pay for our general operating overhead.


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From the Editor - October 2016

Field Trip Ideas

Last month, I encouraged everyone to get back out into the field, to remember what started you on your geologic inspirational path. The irony? I have now been tasked to transition the Bulletin to the digital era; alas, more time behind
a computer. I feel extremely reticent on the Digital Bulletin topic (at least for this month), so I am choosing purposely to avoid that conversation and focus completely on the cool geology we have here in Texas. I am just too excited and ready to go on some outdoor exploits!.

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