The places that make Florida special are under threat due to storms, erosion, modern development, looting, and sea level rise. Archaeologists, preservationists, and local communities are increasingly coming together to protect and document these fragile windows to the past before they are completely lost.
Florida Archaeology Month 2018 focuses on Heritage at Risk, highlighting some of the issues endangering Florida’s cultural heritage and the many amazing efforts to preserve it!Interactive Map Upcoming Events View Poster
2:00 pm — Heritage Village, 11909 125th Street N. Largo, FL 33774
Join FPAN West Central Director Jeff Moates at Heritage Village to learn about shipwrecks from the Civil War. The maritime battles of the Civil War ...
9:00 am — Calusa Park Elementary
This is a private event, to have us come talk with your school contact Rachael at email@example.com
10:00 am — FPAN Coordinating Center, 207 East Main Street, Pensacola, FL 32502
The FPAN Archaeology Lab is open to volunteers throughout the year. Volunteers help rough sort artifacts recovered from local archaeological sites. No experience is needed, ...
2:00 pm — Fort Walton Beach Library, 185 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
What do archaeologists do, exactly? If dinosaurs and rocks come to mind, this is the presentation for you! Learn about the science of archaeology, its ...
Every March, statewide programs and events celebrating Florida Archaeology Month are designed to encourage Floridians and visitors to learn more about the archaeology and history of the state, and to preserve these important parts of Florida's rich cultural heritage. Plan to attend some of the many events throughout Florida during March 2018. A full listing of events can be found on the events page linked at the top of the page. Information about local events can also be found on the Florida Anthropological Society (FAS) Website, and on local FAS chapter Websites that can be accessed from the main FAS Webpage.