Earlier this week, the Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) announced on Facebook that their Recycling Center had been robbed. Here is exact wording of the post that appeared on October 3rd at 10:16am.
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Today, students from Hemphill Elementary School in Birmingham participated in a “walking school bus” in celebration of National Walk to School Day.
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The fine folks at Red Mountain Park (RMP) have started something new, relaxing and different this fall – “HOGA.”
Continue reading “What is “HOGA?” Discover it at Red Mountain Park”
Here is a cool twist to last week’s campaign to bring Amazon HQ2 to Birmingham – recycle your Amazon boxes at the Alabama Environmental Council (AEC).
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Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for September 29th.
A couple of weeks ago, the Alabama environmental community lost one of its true giants – Dr. Bob Mount. Continue reading “Bham Now Nature Roundup – September 29th”
Let’s get ready to Fry down!!!!
Continue reading “Celebrate the Cahaba River at the “Fry Down” (photos)”
Next month on October 21st, Ruffner Mountain will be holding a celebration commemorating their 40th year.
Continue reading “Ruffner Mountain turns 40 – special words from their first and current executive directors”
Thanks to numerous volunteers, yesterday the Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) did some heavy lifting and applied some “polish and shine” to their Recycling Center in Avondale, this weekend.
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Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for September 22nd.
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Sunday had a lot going on, and one of the best was Trucks by the Tracks, a food truck rally at Railroad Park! It was a little warm, but many stands had a way to beat the heat. Continue reading “Trucks by the Tracks happened yesterday and it was great”
Yesterday, Birmingham held it’s first National Drive Electric Week electric vehicle expo on the campus of UAB.
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Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for September 15th.
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The Freshwater Land Trust will be holding the 9th annual Land Aid at Avondale Brewery tonight Friday, Sept. 15. Headlining this year’s concert is acclaimed American rock band The Wild Feathers.
Continue reading “Celebrate conservation and great music at 9th Annual Land Aid (video)”
This Friday, September 15th, the Freshwater Land Trust will be holding their 9th Annual Land Aid 2017 event at Avondale Brewing Company.
Continue reading “Bham Now interview with Freshwater Land Trust Director Libba Vaughan”
Birmingham and Alabama residents have been anxiously watching Hurricane Irma reports and maps over the past couple of days.
And our apprehension has ratcheted up a notch over the last 24 hours, with new models showing Birmingham and Eastern Alabama within the path of Irma.
Continue reading “Birmingham stay safe in Irma’s path. Here’s what you need to do now.”