The Council for Maryland Archeology (CfMA)
is the organization for professional archeologists working in or
interested in all facets of archaeology in Maryland. The Council was
founded in 1976 to foster public awareness, concern, and
responsibility for the conservation of archaeological resources
in Maryland. The Council encourages public outreach
and education through Maryland Archeology Month (a month
of archeology events occurring each April), the CfMA web site,
exhibits and school programs.
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The purposes of the Council for
Maryland Archeology, Inc. are:
- To foster public awareness, concern, and
responsibility for conservation of archeological resources in
the public interest, especially in Maryland;
- To stimulate research, preservation, and
management of archeological resources in Maryland;
- To serve as a forum for exchange of information
about Maryland Archeology;
- To establish ethical and research standards
for the conduct of archeology in Maryland.
HISTORY OF THE COUNCIL (pdf)
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