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.
Family-owned-and-operated, Cerro Grande Mexican Restaurant treats our customers to the exotic, robust flavors of authentic Mexican tacos, enchiladas, and burritos. With more than eight years of professional experience, the owners of our restaurant, our chefs, and our staff of friendly servers strive to provide you with the perfect dining experience•a blend of authentic Mexican cuisine in the relaxed, casual atmosphere only found south of the Rio Grande.
Chapman Forest, in Charles County, Maryland, is one of Maryland's unique places, with over 2,000 forested acres, 2 1/4 miles of Potomac River shoreline, and a colonial tidewater historic site. In 1998, the State of Maryland purchased the site for its outstanding natural and historical attributes.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is a catalyst for bold and creative solutions to Bay problems. Staff members set the agenda, serve as watchdogs, and speak out on behalf of the Chesapeake Bay to business, government, and the public. Southern Maryland Field Office: 410/326-6951.
Charles County's 461 square miles include bountiful hardwood forests, an extensive network of rivers and streams, scenic shorelines, precious wetlands, beautiful open space--much of it productive farmland--and throughout it all fine habitat for native plants and animals. The Conservancy for Charles County highlights these irreplaceable gifts of nature to encourage community interest in and commitment to lasting conservation.
We raise our Alpacas naturally to achieve the highest standards for health, quality, conformation, fiber and color. All our Alpacas are registered with excellent blood lines.
Our philosophy is to price alpacas at a "fair" price. Prices are set based upon an individual Alpaca's unique qualities, pedigree, age, reproductive status, reliability and marketability.
Finca Serena Alpaca Ranch offers an exceptional customer care, hands on training and special guidance for beginners. We offer the following services: Boarding, Hands on Training, Shearing (only local).
We can provide you the knowledge, advise and guidance to start a successful Alpaca breeding program.
Let me help you make your own dreams come true with an Alpaca business!
Raising Alpacas can offer the farmer some very attractive tax advantages. We sell Breeding Females, Weanlings, Crias, Stud Services, Alpaca Pets, Raw Alpaca Fleece and Alpaca Products. Boarding and Training available. We will have new Crias coming this Spring!! Please feel free to call or email us for any questions you may have.