The Fairfield Foundation has reached out to the public, seeking volunteers to help it conduct programs at local schools, historic properties, and regional communities. Area residents with an interest in such topics as local heritage, archaeology, historic preservation, and education are welcome, said co-director Dave Brown.
A release said volunteers can help with student field trip logistics, giving tours at historic properties, archaeological excavations, property maintenance, artifact processing, and more.
Venues where volunteers can work are the Fairfield plantation archaeology site, the 1930 Edgehill service station now known as the Center for Archaeology, Preservation and Education; Timberneck; Walter Reed’s Birthplace, and this year, the Rosewell ruins.
Brown and co-director Thane Harpole invite those with an interest in volunteering to attend a Lab Night at the CAPE, held on first and third Tuesdays every month from 6 to 9 p.m. They can also stop in at the CAPE during ...
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