The Cahaba River Fry-Down, hosted by Cahaba River Society, is a celebration of the Cahaba River – the heart of America’s Amazon and our region’s primary drinking water source. The Fry-Down is the principal fundraiser for the Cahaba River Society…
Join us in the Taproom for ‘donate to play’ bingo every Wednesday. This month all proceeds from the game and a portion of our Wednesday Taproom sales (to-go and in-house) will be donated to the Cahaba River Society. The first…
This is my favorite time of year. The Cahaba lilies begin emerging on the Cahaba River. And this year you can enjoy them several ways. Here is how.
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 Cahaba River Fry-Down is a celebration of the Cahaba River – the heart of America’s Amazon and our region’s primary drinking water source. This annual competitive cook-off is usually surrounded by a huge community party, and is the primary…
In 1997, joined by a diverse coalition, the Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) designated 10 Alabama Natural Wonders.
For over thirty years, I have marked two special events on my calendar in May.
October is always one of the busiest months of the year when it comes to conservation events and fundraisers in the Magic City.
It is on every Birmingham nature lover’s “May bucket list.” The Cahaba lilies.
Earth Day may have been celebrated on April 22nd, but that hasn’t stopped several conservation groups in Birmingham from turning it into a week-long party.
It’s #GivingTuesday, and Bham Now would like to acknowledge its non-profit clients for 2018. Share kindness and give back today!
The 9th Annual Cahaba River Society Fry-Down on September 30 at Railroad Park was the most successful in its near decade long history.
Sponsored Join the Cahaba River Society this Sunday, September 30, 2018, from noon to 4pm at Railroad Park for the 9th Annual Fry-Down.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of September 1.
Sneak peek film screening this Thursday Aug. 2 on how to protect the Cahaba River. Find out why it needs your help now more than ever.
Sponsored This Thursday, Aug. 2, at 6 p.m., the Cahaba River Society hosts a free documentary showing (it’s short!) and Q&A at Avondale Brewery in Birmingham. This sneak peek screening is intended to raise public awareness about the potential impact…