Two 2020 Southern Exposure documentaries were recognized with an Impact Award at the EarthxFilm Festival in Dallas. The film festival is one of the largest and most prestigious environmental film festivals in the country.
Happy Earth Day Birmingham! On this day, April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day was celebrated not only here in the Magic City, but across the planet.
The Alabama Rivers Alliance has announced the complete lineup for the Wild and Scenic Festival—to be held virtually for the first time—on January 28.
We dare to defend our rivers! For years, this has been the motto of the Birmingham-based Alabama Rivers Alliance (ARA). In fact, you can probably visit their office downtown across from the Cathedral Church of the Advent and purchase a…
If you care about Alabama’s rivers, creeks, lakes and watersheds, this is the most important week of the year for you.
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama (TNC) has tapped Mitch Reid as its new director.
Here is a little Birmingham Earth Day history. On this day, April 22, 1990, President George H.W. Bush celebrated the 20th Earth Day at Birmingham-Southern College. The occasion? He was presenting the college a “Point of Light Award” award and…
With all the rain we’ve been having – 20+ inches! – since the new year, isn’t this a good time to learn how to defend our rivers, lakes and streams?
I always liked the slogan, Think Globally, Act Locally.
Don’t miss this year’s much anticipated 13th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Birmingham at its new location, the Sidewalk Cinema, on Sunday, October 20th, 2:00pm (doors at 1:00).
Earlier this month, the Alabama Rivers Alliance recognized leaders from Birmingham and across the state at their River Celebration Awards Banquet as part of their annual Alabama Water Rally conference.
Alabama is not exactly known for solar homes. But drive north from Birmingham through the beautiful countryside of Blount County, and you will find five, all within 10 minutes of each other. Earlier this October, I went up for this…
11th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival is back on Sunday October 21 at Red Mountain Cabaret Theatre
The annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns to Birmingham for its 11th year on October 21 at Red Mountain Theatre Company Cabaret Theatre.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of October 6.