October 11, 2017 - 7:30 pm
New Baltimore, NY
Archaeological digs generate lots of interest and speculation. Our area has had two recent projects that have generated interest in archaeological finds: the bridge work on Route 144 over the Hannacroix and the sewer improvements in Ravena. When projects like these two occur, the agencies must comply with State and Federal historic preservation Mandates. The Cultural Resource Survey Program of the New York State Museum provides research and assessment of archaeological and architectural resources to assist in compliance.
Find out what more on Wednesday, October 11 at 7:30 pm at the Cornell Hook and Ladder (77 Gill RD, in the hamlet of New Baltimore) when Steve Moragne, from the Cultural Resource Survey Program of the New York State Museum discusses the archaeological survey done around the bridge over the Hannacroix Creek on Route 144. In addition, Steve will discuss the process of identifying and excavating a site.
Free and open to the public.
The Board will meet the hour before the program – join us and find out what’s going on in your Conservancy!