The Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) in Waverly, NY is honored to announce thelatest addition to their board, David Moyer. David is currently the president of the Chenango Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association and also serves as director of the Roland B. Hill Memorial Museum of Archaeology in Otego, NY, which is operated by the Upper Susquehanna Chapter, NYSAA. He is a Registered Professional Archaeologist and is owner and principal investigator of Birchwood Archaeological Services, a cultural resources consulting company located in Gilbertsville, NY. David completed his Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Binghamton University and received an MA in Anthropology from the University of Montana. He also has written several archaeological reports, journal articles and conference papers.
SRAC’s Cofounder and Director Deb Twigg commented, “The addition of David to our board is a very strong signal of our future plans for our organization. Of the 11 board members, 9 members are either historians and/or archaeologists who are highly respected in New York and Pennsylvania. This along with the future addition of our laboratory/research area on our second floor makes me very excited about the ongoing professional fieldwork and research we are planning that literally has not been done in our region before. It all steers us closer and closer to unlocking this area’s prehistoric past that has been confusing researchers for over a century.” Moyer added, “I’m very excited about the opportunity to work with such a wonderful organization. SRAC is truly a unique and special place, and I hope to bring my experience and enthusiasm for our region’s rich archaeological heritage to the board. I look forward to helping support the SRAC’s mission as we move forward in expanding and improving the organization and the ongoing research.”
SRAC is located at 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY and their museum and gift shop are open 1-5pm Tuesdays through Fridays and Saturdays 11-4pm. To learn more about the organization, visit www.SRACenter.org.
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