Join us for two days of Archaeology at Black Rock Forest!
The history of BRF continues to be the soul of the Forest, don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. You are invited to participate in an archeological project with Forest Historian, John Brady and Archeologist, Dana Linck. Assist with on-going research of human habitation in the Forest during the early 1800’s.
Instructions: Bring food (a lunch and snacks), water, insect repellent, and a rain jacket. Excavation tools and supplies will be supplied, but you may bring your favorite pair of work gloves and masonry trowel. Event details and arrival instructions will be emailed to all registrants the week of the event.
IMPORTANT DETAILS: Space is extremely limited, be sure to register the exact number in your party. Transportation will be available to and from the site for those unable to commit to a full day in the Forest.
Rain dates: May 7th & 8th.
This event is free.