15 environmental nonprofits who need your support now, including Alabama Audubon

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Our outdoors enrich life for everyone. Photo via Cahaba River Society

Our local nonprofits need our support now more than ever. With the weather warming up and social distancing continuing, people are spending tons of time in our stunning Birmingham outdoors. These local environmental nonprofits are making sure it stays beautiful—but they need your help. Check it out!

Why it Matters

At Bham Now, we ❤️our Birmingham community. We want to do our part to support the people that make our city run, which is why we opened our platform to share vital info. If you’re involved with a small business or local nonprofit, fill out one of the forms below and be featured for free on our site.

Join over 500 local businesses and over 100 local nonprofits that have already signed up. We’ll be putting out guides like this one that pull from this database, so don’t miss out!

1.  Alabama Audubon

2. Alabama Environmental Council

Photo via Alabama Environmental Council

3. Alabama Rivers Alliance

4. Black Warrior Riverkeeper

5. Cahaba River Society

6. Cahaba Riverkeeper

7. Coosa Riverkeeper

8. Freshwater Land Trust

9. Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens

10. Gasp

11. Red Mountain Park

12. Ruffner Mountain

13. Southern Environmental Center

14. The Nature Conservancy in Alabama

15. Alabama Scenic River Trail

Help keep Alabama beautiful, Birmingham. Donate or get involved today!

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  • A Birmingham transplant who can usually be found hitting a new hiking trail or restaurant opening when she's not writing stories and snapping photos for Bham Now.