Just in time for Earth Day, Parade Magazine is featuring one conservation business/organization from each state in a story titled – “Earth Day Across America – 50 Earth Saving Projects in Every State.”Continue reading “Parade Magazine Earth Day special features Black Warrior Riverkeeper”
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Our rivers do A LOT for us Birmingham so it’s about time we celebrate them with a block party! Enjoy live music, beer, art and fight water pollution at the 9th annual AirWave Block Party on Sat., Mar. 21 at Good People Brewing. Come out and support the Black Warrior Riverkeeper and two other waterkeepers.Read more
Join us for an evening featuring a collection of small works carefully curated, perfect for Valentine’s gift giving! 100% of proceeds benefit the Black Warrior Riverkeeper. A portion of the sales from our permanant collection will also be donated. Our neighbor, Thomas Andrew Art will also be open and contributing. Wine & small plates to be served!
If you love the annual AirWave festival that has been held in the Spring, you are in luck. This week, there will now be a Fall celebration supporting Birmingham’s watersheds!
As a result of a recent major sewage spill and fish kill, caused by Tyson Foods/River Valley Ingredients 220,000-gallon wastewater spill two weeks ago, Birmingham area residents have growing concerns about swimming safely in our rivers, lakes and streams.
It is river conservation’s ultimate block party.
Forget flowers for Valentine’s Day. We just found the best place to purchase a gift for a loved one and show your deep affection for our rivers
Don’t miss “My Heart through Art” at the Liz Lane Gallery in Homewood on Friday, February 8th, 5:30PM to 7:00PM.
This week, Black Warrior Riverkeeper, Nelson Brooke, was featured in Field & Stream, one of the nation’s oldest and most respected popular publications on outdoor life.
Want to explore Alabama’s natural wonders, raise money for a good cause and do it all in one weekend? Register for the upcoming The Alabama Beta September 28-30.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of June 16.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of June 2.
Forty-eight years ago, on April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day was held in Alabama, the United States and the world. That one event launched the global environmental movement. Today in Birmingham, nearly five decades later, Earth Day is a month-long celebration.
The musical lineup for the much anticipated 7th Annual AirWave festival hosted by Good People Brewing Company benefitting local river groups the Black Warrior Riverkeeper, Cahaba Riverkeeper, and Coosa Riverkeeper is now set.
Last week, the Alabama Rivers Alliance honored several “river heroes” at their annual Alabama Water Rally conference in Montgomery.