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Hikers walking through a redwood forestFall Updates

The conference in Hollywood was a smashing success and thanks are in order to the wonderful folks (Mike and Gary) down there at LACC and the LA Geographic Society.

The CGS Board will be meeting in Sacramento during October to continue planning for the upcoming spring conference...

Get ready!

The 69th Annual Conference of the California Geographical Society, this year will be held along California's foggy North Coast, among the towering redwoods. Humboldt State University will be our host this year, so get your plans in order.


Visit the 2015 Conference Webpage

Here's the preliminary flier for you to post at your campus (.pdf)


The 2014 SUMMER Bulletin is available! (.pdf) - recapping the Spring 2014 meeting at Los Angeles City College in Hollywood.


It's time to think about writing something for publication in our annual journal! Articles from faculty, independent researchers, undergraduate and graduate students are all welcome!

Got something good? Read our annual Call for Papers at the CGS blogspot.


Our newsletter, the CGS Bulletin has gone green!
Summer-Fall 2011 Newsletter

Partly in response to significant increases in publishing and delivery costs, and a number of complaints about the irony of an enviornmentally-aware organization using the US Postal service to deliver mail, we have decided to deliver it to you electronically. It will be sent out via an email attachment several times a year, and you can always find a copies here on our website.

If you'd like to support the pulp and paper industries, you are still welcome to print a copy of the bulletin and carry it proudly with you to Starbucks!

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Who Are We?

Founded in 1946, the California Geographical Society is  the oldest  statewide organization devoted to enhancing the understanding of  geography as well as promoting interaction amongst academic and applied  geographers, as well as  members of the general public who share an  interest  in  geography.

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