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To identify, preserve and interpret the cultural, natural, and horticultural resources of Fairfax County and the Fairfax County Park Authority; to encourage the enjoyment, understanding, and appreciation of these resources by citizens and visitors; to contribute positively to the sense of community and quality of life in Fairfax County, and to provide leadership, both within the Park Authority and in the community, in protecting and maintaining the county's heritage; to maintain museum accreditation and the highest professional standards of steardship and interpretation.
The Fairfax County Park Authority's Resource Managment Division oversees the county's natural and cultural resources including: four nature centers (Ellanor C. Lawrence Park, Hidden Oaks Nature Center, Hidden Pond Nature Center, Huntley Meadows Park and Riverbend Park), two historic properties (Colvin Run Mill and Sully Historic Site), a horticultural park (Green Spring Gardens Park), and a working farm (Frying Pan Park). These facilities are open for enjoyment by the public. Each site offers numerous programs, tours, activities, exhibits which serve to educate patrons about the county's natural and cultural resources.