Coosa Riverkeeper is launching their Watering Hole Series this month

Birmingham Alabama
Birmingham Alabama
Coosa Riverkeeper’s Watering Hole Series

Want to tour the region’s finest breweries and hip restaurants for a good cause?

The Coosa Riverkeeper announced last week they will be holding their first annual Watering Hole Series during the summer months.

Here is the schedule.

June 27 – 10% Night at Ghost Train Brewing Co. from 5-9 PM
July 6 – 10% Night at Avondale Brewing Company from 5-9 PM
July 7 – 10% Night at Back Forty Beer Company from 5-9 PM
July 12 – 10% Night at Sky Castle from 5-9 PM
August 1 – 10% Day at Slice Birmingham from 11-1 PM and 5-9 PM
August 12 – Goodwill Wednesday at Cahaba Brewing Company from 5-9 PM

According to the Coosa Riverkeeper, they will also be organizing two additional beer & wine dinners at Good People Brewing Company & Hop City Craft Beer and Wine. 

Last month, the Coosa Riverkeeper became the first Waterkeeper Alliance member in the nation and only environmental non-profit in Alabama to earn the Standards for Excellence®  accreditation, a national initiative designed to promote the highest standards of not-for-profit organization governance, management, and operations. Standards for Excellence accredited organizations participate in an intensive three-stage independent review process that confirms they meet all the benchmarks in the Standards for Excellence code.

Along with being recognized for their governance, Coosa Riverkeeper clean water programs include their Swim Guide and Fish Guide.  They were also recognized earlier this year as the Alabama Rivers Alliance 2017 Group of the Year.

Follow Coosa Riverkeeper and their Watering Hole Series on Facebook and the their website.

 

 

Author: Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama’s Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama’s cancer risk and mercury standards.