Trends related to this theme: Computer and Internet technology makes it possible to provide virtual access to museum and archaeological collections and associated documentation on the web, as well as in exhibits and displays, therefore making a wider array of collections accessible to the public.
Countywide objectives related to this theme:
- Interpret natural and cultural resources within appropriate and modern facilities to educate Fairfax County residents about the local history and natural surroundings.
- Use evolving and innovative technology to enhance interpretive facilities.
District-level Resource Interpretation strategy suggestions include: adding to existing interpretive facilities by providing visitor amenities, developing new and improving existing interpretive exhibits, completing furnishing plans for historic buildings, installing interpretive signs and waysides, and implementing cultural landscape treatment plans.
To address Resource Interpretation needs, district-level strategies in the Great Parks, Great Communities Plan build on recommendations from both the Cultural Resource Management Plan and Natural Resource Management Plan.