1. GIS Mapping and overlay of historical sites
  2. Identify and tour archaeological sites in Shockoe Bottom
  3. Field visit to an archaeological site being excavated by a Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm
  4. Sponsor Dept. of Historical Resources (DHR) interpretive signage for archaeological sites in Shockoe Bottom
  5. Secure DHR interpretive signage for the Winfrey cottage
  6. Sponsor talks (For example Joseph McGill, Jr. with the Slave Dwelling Project)
  7. Create a public art project
  8. Organize a fundraising event at an art gallery (Greta offered up her gallery located on Broad St.)
  9. Organize a field trip to Alexandria (Invite City Council Members, make a video of trip for City Council. The purpose of this fact-finding trip would be to secure information on tourism and financing for a community archaeology program)
  10. Organize tours of Shockoe Bottom– Explore Native People’s history, archaeological sites, partner with organizations like Elegba Folklore Society
  11. Coordinate activities with communities of color and other interested communities, Civil War enthusiasts, area museums, preservationist groups, archaeology associations (Council of Virginia Archaeologists, Archaeology Society of Virginia, the American Institute of Archaeology)