Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for November 16.
Last night the Alabama Environmental Council celebrated their 50th Anniversary.
In the words of Margaret Mead:
“A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, its the only thing that ever has.”
The Alabama Conservancy, which is now the Alabama Environmental Council, was founded 50 years ago in the living room of Dr. Dan Holliman, a Birmingham Southern biology professor. Born from that meeting of a small group of thoughtful people was an organization that championed eastern wilderness, clean air, clean water, clean energy, recycling and our state’s beloved natural wonders.
What will the next 50 years be like? Under new, passionate and ambitious leadership, it was very clear from last evening’s event the Alabama Environmental Council is seeking thoughtful people who will change the world.
Connect with the Alabama Environmental Council today and help them map out a bright future and vision for Alabama’s environment. Be a part of their next 50 years.
Now onward to the news and events.
Visit Bham Now’s complete calendar.
Freshwater Land Trust – Sunday Hike Series: Black Creek Park – December 3
Alabama Environmental Council – 10% Night at ROJO – December 5
ASAN – ASAN Food & Farm Forum – December 8-9
Cahaba River Society – Cahaba River Watershed Project Opening – December 9
Alabama Wildlife Federation 2017 Calendar of Events
Wild South 2017 Events Calendar
Freshwater Land Trust 2017 Events Calendar
Alabama Wildlife Center 2017 Events Calendar
Discovering Alabama 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
In case you missed it, here is last week’s Nature Roundup.