Links to sea glass community sites
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Sea Glass Collecting Magazine, Beach Glass
Welcome to The Sea Glass Journal, an online magazine for sea glass
collectors, artisans and those who are just plain curious about sea
glass. Learn more about the history of sea glass, some of the world's
great glassing spots, craft and jewelry ideas, and from interviews
with other sea glass lovers.
Sea Glass Lovers
Seaglasslovers is the largest online community dedicated to sea glass
collectors around the world.
Members share craft and display ideas for sea glass, shard id help, sea glass
collecting beaches, over 8000 beach and sea glass photos and much more!
There are speciality groups for your area or the area you are planning to visit
for your next beach vacation.
Membership is free and we are a non commercial and jewelry free website.
Sea Glass Artists & Sea Glass Collectors
Sea Glass Artists & Sea Glass Collectors is the original Ning
social networking site for sea glass collectors. In addition to
having a lot of great information about sea glass there is also
a lot of information about mosaics, photography and jewelry making.
This is a non commercial website.
North East Sea Glass Society
The "North East Sea Glass Society" welcomes seaglass lovers
geopgraphically connected in the North East USA to share in the hunt
experience. We are a non commercial site with free membership. We
have a wealth of information from the best beaches in New England to
sea glass hunt to "how to crafting with sea glass".
The Sea Glass Association serves the world's sea glass community. Featuring a website, an online community, festivals and more for the collector, the enthusiast, beach combers and artists alike.
Read, comment, or add your blurb to one of our sea glass community forums:
Your Sea Glass Photo of the Month -
Add a Sea Glass Beach Report -
Questions & Answers -
Sea Glass Crafts -
Favorite Beaches -
Catch of the Day -
What is your best or worst Beach Sea Glass Story?
The Mission Statement for this website is: "To educate individuals about authentic sea glass and the importance of the conservation and preservation of the oceans and the natural sea glass found there. No artificially altered sea glass no exceptions!"
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