Batching Systems, Inc. (BSI) is a packaging machinery manufacturer located in Prince Frederick, Maryland in Calvert County. In operation for 18 years, we are a leader in the manufacture of counting and weighing equipment and custom packaging systems.
The Charles County Technology Council is a 501 c (6) non-profit organization. The CCTC acts as a cooperative alliance dedicated to the advancement of people, technology, and ideas, in Charles County. CCTC programs include speaker's series and seminars such as the CxO Breakfast Series, the recently established Technology Excellence scholarship program, monthly business networking events, co-sponsored events such as the Leading Edge Awards, Charles County Economic Summit, and the Indian Head Tech Transfer Forum. For CCTC information or events please visit our website.
The Southern Maryland Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America was organized in June of 1958, and was then called the Charles County Chapter. Since that time, the chapter has been continuously involved in most of the important conservation and environmental issues that effect Southern Maryland. We have a long history of offering youths outdoor education and activities through our fishing derbies, hunter education, wildlife food plot, and scholarship programs. Our base of operations was formerly in Hughesville where many members devoted much time and energy to a catering operation in order to raise funds for our chapter projects. In 1990, the chapter purchased a beautiful 141 acre farm in Waldorf that includes approximately 60 acres of the Zekiah and Jordan swamps with the goals of protecting a portion of the swamp and of building the Southern Maryland Outdoor Education Center. In 1998, we sold our facility in Hughesville in order to finance and speed up the development of the outdoor education center. For further information about our chapter and our activities, projects and goals, we invite you to browse through our web page.
The goal of the Tribuatry Strategies is to introduce a new working relationship between the federal, state and local governments, business, the agricultural community and citizens to improve water quality, and enhance habitat for living resources. The team meets monthly in Highesville, providing local knowledge essential for implementing best management practices, and helping state and local governments target their programs to improve efficiency and participation.
The Patuxent Tidewater Land Trust (PTLT) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of agricultural, forested and open space land in the Southern Maryland region. The Trust recognizes that Southern Maryland's natural beauty, rural character and its environmental and historical treasures are a heritage we must protect for future generations. Through the use of conservation easements, land purchases and donations, and the purchase and donation of development rights, the PTLT is working to reduce sprawl and redirect development that is, among other things, decreasing land available for farming and other open space objectives, weakening the permeability of the land, causing siltation in surface waters and diminishing the quality of the area's drinking water, rivers, and of the Chesapeake Bay. The Trust is committed to working with landowners to address individual needs and circumstances in ways that best preserve their land and our common heritage.
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