Welcome to the Hill Country Archeological Association in Kerrville, Texas.
Who we are and what we do
The HCAA is a group of avocational and professional archeologists working together to study and preserve the Texas Hill Country’s prehistoric and historic heritage, and to educate the public about archeology.
The task of HCAA is to survey and record details about archeologically significant sites before they are lost, due to collecting, erosion, and the rapidly increasing development of the Texas Hill Country. To accomplish this, we cultivate public interest in the history and prehistory of this area.
Save the Date!
The next HCAA General Meeting will be Saturday, March 16th, 2024.
Riverside Nature Center
150 Francisco Lemos St.
Start time and all program information will be posted here soon.
This meeting will be free and open to the public!
A Review of HCAA Activities in 2023, Presented by the HCAA Board of Directors
The year 2023 brought much success and progress for the Hill Country Archeological Association. In pursuing HCAA's mission of Education, Research, and Conservation, we were active on many fronts.
We have put together this review to let everyone know about many of the interesting and exciting successes we have achieved this year. We hope you enjoy our report. Click here or on the image on the right to open and download the report (PDF format).
As always, we welcome your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.