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4-H 301-475-4477 N/A Details
The St. Mary's County 4-H Program is part of the Cooperative Extension Service, University of Maryland System, College Park. VISION As a recognized leader for educating youth, the St. Mary's County 4-H Program teaches youth to become competent, caring, responsible individuals by addressing present and emerging youth needs; employing a proactive approach: using a focused, experientially designed, age-appropriate curriculum; working collaboratively with established networks of human and financial resources; and having diverse programs, audiences, staff, and delivery techniques.
4-H Youth Program - Extension Service 301-934-5404 N/A Details
What is 4-H? 4-H creates innovative programs that meet the evolving needs of our nation's diverse suburban and urban youth while continuing to fulfill the needs of young citizens in rural America. 4-H involves youth in self-determined, hands-on learning activities such as workforce skills, citizenship, public speaking and other local 4-H program areas. Youth use their own learning styles and participate at their own pace in a wide variety of projects and activities.
4-H Youth Program in Charles County 301-934-5403 N/A Details
What is 4-H? 4-H creates innovative programs that meet the evolving needs of our nation's diverse suburban and urban youth while continuing to fulfill the needs of young citizens in rural America. 4-H involves youth in self-determined, hands-on learning activities such as workforce skills, citizenship, public speaking and other local 4-H program areas. Youth use their own learning styles and participate at their own pace in a wide variety of projects and activities.
Agricultural Commission 301-475-4462 N/A Details
Members appointed by the St. Mary's County Board of Commissioners. It is the Commission's responsibility to identify and implement activities aimed at preserving agricultural and seafood harvesting as prosperous components of the County's economy; to promote the agricultural and acquaculture industries of the County; and to provide a permanently established forum.
Agricultural Preservation Advisory Board 301-475-4462 N/A Details
Members appointed by the St. Mary's County Board of Commissioners. It is this Board's responsibility to advise the Commissioners with respect to the establishment and status of agricultural districts and the approval of purchases of easements by the Maryland Agricultural Preservatoin Foundation and to promote preservation of agriculture within the county.
American Chestnut Land Trust 410-414-3400 N/A Details
The American Chestnut Land Trust was founded in 1986 in Calvert County, Maryland. We are concerned with the preservation of farmland, woodlands, and wetlands in a county undergoing rapid development. Our primary interest has been the watersheds of Parkers Creek and Governors Run, however ACLT has assisted others in Calvert County to preserve land for future generations through partnerships, land management agreements, and environmental easements. American Chestnut Land Trust, Inc. was granted tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code on June 16, 1987.
Animal Relief Fund 301-866-0305 N/A Details
Animal Relief Fund (ARF) will be having a pet adoption every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Well Pet Clinic in Millison Plaza between the old Baskin Robbins and the old K-Mart Cats, kittens, puppies and dogs will be available for adoption. All pets have been spayed or neutered, tested and are current on shots. There s a $100 adoption fee. ARF is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the animals. Please call with any questions or for directions or check out our webpage.
Bad Boyz Street Rod Club 301-753-6423 N/A Details
We meet at 7:00 p.m. every Thursday at Lamont's Entertainment Complex in Indian Head.
Battle Creek Cypress Swamp 410-535-5327 N/A Details
At the northernmost limits In the United States for the natural range of bald cypress trees, this 100-acre nature sanctuary recalls a time some 100,000 years ago when cypress swamps were common over large parts of the region and now-extinct animals like mammoths roamed the landscape. Directions: On Route 4/2 south of Prince Frederick, turn west on Sixes Road (county 506). From Sixes Road, turn left (south) on Grays Road for 1/10 mile to Cypress Swamp on the right.
Battle Creek Nature Education Society, Inc. 410-535-5327 N/A Details
Battle Creek Nature Education Society (BCNES) incorporated in 1985 as a non-profit charitable organization providing supplemental financial support for the educational programs of Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary, Flag Ponds Nature Park and Kings Landing in partnership with the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. These three Calvert County Parks are peerless examples of the ecological diversity found in Southern Maryland Region. Flag Ponds protects approximately 500 acres of natural area on the Chesapeake Bay from beach to upland. Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary protects 100 acres of one of the northernmost stands of baldcypress trees in the United States. Kings Landing protects over 265 acres of natural area on the Patuxent River including 4,000 feet of river shoreline and 50 acres of marshland. Each offers significant opportunities for outdoor learning and compatible recreation.


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