Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for September 2nd.
This week, Bham Now featured our third installment in our series of articles about Birmingham’s air pollution.
Here are the links:
In this edition of the roundup Oak Mountain State Park has a new bike trail, ADEM has introduced new sewage overflow notification tools and Alabama Outdoors will be having an upcoming “Party on the Porch” event.
Check it all out!
Shelby County Reporter – Oak Mountain State Park introduces new multi-purpose trail
Alabama Newscenter – Valley Creek, Renew Our Rivers cleanup reaps trash and fellowship
Visit Bham Now’s complete calendar.
Little River Canyon Center – Country Rocks Concert – September 2nd
Alabama Outdoors – Party on the Porch benefitting Black Warrior Riverkeeper – September 8
Sierra Club & Conservation Alabama – Volunteer Lobbyist Training – September 9th
Birmingham Botanical Gardens – Lunch and Learn – the Benefits of Trees – September 13
ASAN – 3rd Annual Graze Birmingham – September 17th
Alabama Wildlife Federation – Wild Game Cook-Off in Birmingham– September 21
Freshwater Land Trust – Land Aid 2017 – September 15
Cahaba River Society – Cahaba River Fry-Down – October 1st
Sierra Club – Amazing Alabama, Protecting and Appreciating What We Have – October 13th
Southern Environmental Center – EcoFest 2017 – October 19th
Alabama Rivers Alliance – Wild and Scenic Film Festival – October 22nd
Alabama Wildlife Federation – 2017 Calendar of Events
Wild South – 2017 Events Calendar
Discovering Alabama – June Broadcast Schedule
Birmingham Audubon Society – Upcoming Events
Sierra Club Alabama Chapter – Meetings and Hikes –
Fresh Air Family – 2017 Calendar
Alabama Birding Trails Calendar
Little River Canyon Center – 2017 Calendar
Ruffner Mountain – Calendar