Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for June 22nd.
Last week, Birmingham was featured in the travel section of the New York Times.
This week, we’ve gone international thanks to Canada’s largest newspaper the Toronto Star.
The best bargain in town? Try the MAX Transit’s Lakeview Local.
Want to tour the region’s finest breweries and hip restaurants for a good cause?
Yesterday, a team of University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) students unveiled the beginning stages of a house powered completely by solar energy. When completed, the house will compete against 11 other colleges from around the world.
“Birmingham is ready to surprise you.” ~ New York Times
Yesterday, in a presentation to the Rotary Club of Birmingham, the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham released results of a groundbreaking yearlong research project that highlights opportunities for greater regional cooperation across Jefferson County.
Are you ready for some Birmingham Bulls hockey?!
Last November, Alabama voters approved Amendment 2 to prevent money from the Alabama State Parks System being transferred to other agencies covered in the state’s General Fund.
Last week, CraftBeer.com‘s Nora McGunnigle wrote a great post about places that helped change their local beer scene.
Need to fund a daring and creative project about birds?
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup “rivers” edition for June 8th.
This month at Books-a-Million, we have a special book for Father’s Day that will be a keepsake for dad’s in Alabama that love nature and the outdoors. Continue reading “Exploring Wild Alabama – an inspirational Father’s Day gift”
Alabama’s rivers need you to be involved.
This weekend, the Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC) published a passionate op-ed by Associated Press Sports Columnist Paul Newberry calling on baseball fans across the nation to save history – save Birmingham’s beloved Rickwood Field.