Now this is cool.
The Cahaba Environmental Center (CEC), in partnership with Canoe the Cahaba, Cahaba Riverkeeper, and the Cahaba River Society, was selected recently as recipients of the North Face’s Explore Fund for their new program Sole Sisters.
Currently Birmingham CrossPlex sits on a major piece of land, most of which is undeveloped, until now.
Magic City officials have finally broken ground on the new CrossPlex Village development in Five Points West.
The demand for easier parking in the Magic City has been up for quite a while, and it is difficult to mend the situation through parking development.
Yesterday, social media blew up in the Alabama birding world.
Led by the Birmingham Audubon Society, birders from around the area drove to Avondale Park and eagerly watched their Facebook newsfeed to get a glimpse of Ross’s Goose, a bird that is rarely seen upclose in Alabama and the Deep South.
We all have our favorites. Which one do you really match up with?
There’s nothing like a farmer’s market to connect with local growers and artisans, so when news broke that Pepper Place is opening for the winter, Birmingham rejoiced!
1Million Cups Birmingham is an organization, hosted in the Innovation Depot UAB iLab, connected to the Kauffman Foundation, which allows local entrepreneurs the chance to practice pitching their ideas in front of an audience, then to gather feedback from other entrepreneurs.
This is not a funding opportunity, but instead an educational resource that caters to all types of new businesses (entrepreneurs).
Advocates for the Cahaba River are excited about plans by Shelby County and the state’s Forever Wild Program to develop a park alongside the Cahaba River in western Shelby County near the Bibb County line.
Save the date.
The Cahaba River Society (CRS) will be holding their annual meeting on January 26, 5:30-8:00pm at the Social Venture-Woodlawn (5529 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama 35212).
Last Spring, Alabama Water Watch (AWW) released an “infographic” that has been going viral within the environmental education community.
Titled, America’s Amazon Alabama the Beautiful, the stunningly colorful poster reminds us why Alabama’s biodiversity is important nationally and globally.
The University of Alabama has scaled this year’s list of rankings for top online programs in the nation. Their leap has put UAB in the top 27% nationally for online bachelor’s degree programs.