Friends of Fairfax County Archaeology and Cultural Resources

On 10 July 2018, FOFA signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Fairfax County Parks (click on picture for photos)
  • Elizabeth Crowell of the Fairfax County Park Authority receives the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference president Douglas Sanford in a March 2017 ceremony.  March 2018 Sun Gazette article

Usually we present two archaeology meetings each year:

  • Approximately 40 people heard Dr. Stephen R. Potter talk on Bison in the East: A Story of Pigs, People, and Pigeons at the FOFA annual meeting on 18 November 2017 held at Frying Pan Park.

Please join FOFA today!

FOFA was established in 2010 to support the understanding and appreciation of Fairfax County's archaeology, artifacts and museum objects, and historic buildings.

Everyone is invited to attend our general membership meetings. See FOFA's Events for the latest info about which archaeologist is speaking, and when!

FOFA encourages its members to volunteer their time. So whether you're interested in being outdoors digging, or indoors processing artifacts or documenting museum objects, check out the Volunteer Opportunities.

Keep up on what's the latest with FOFA by following us on Facebook, and by reading The Scoop (FOFA's e-newsletter).

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                  Friends of Fairfax County Archaeology and Cultural

FOFA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. FOFA is a friends group to the Fairfax County Park Authority's Cultural Resource Management and Protection Branch.

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