Sponsored The much anticipated 7th Annual AirWave festival hosted by Good People Brewing Company to benefit Black Warrior Riverkeeper, Cahaba Riverkeeper, and Coosa Riverkeeper is scheduled for Saturday, March 24, 1:00pm to 10:pm.
At Bham Now, we wanted to provide something a little bit different this weekend for our nature-loving readers. Below is a compilation of videos about Cahaba lilies, Forever Wild, Red Mountain Park, a Black Warrior Riverkeeper PSA and the Coosa…
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of March 9.
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One of the best signs of a healthy non-profit nature organization is their release of an annual report. Last month, Red Mountain Park, Cahaba River Society and Coosa Riverkeeper posted their 2017 annual reports online.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of January 13.
This week, the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham announced that it had given out $1.34 million to 36 area nonprofit organizations that focus on improving economic security and further developing sustainable, livable communities in Jefferson, Blount, Shelby, St. Clair and Walker…
According to a news release by the Black Warrior Riverkeeper, a recent analysis of data reported by industry indicates that nearly ten million pounds of toxic chemicals were dumped into Alabama’s rivers in 2015.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for October 6th.
Going fishing? Read this first. This week, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) released its 2017 fish consumption advisory.
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Spot the two boys in the photo? They were swimming downstream of a 4000 gallon sewage spill… nobody told them
Can you spot the two boys in the picture?
Last weekend, the Alabama Rivers Alliance celebrated its 20th Anniversary by recognizing community and state “river heroes” at their annual Alabama Water Rally at Camp McDowell. The highlight of the three day event was the River Celebration Awards Banquet which…
River protection groups call for strong rules to notify and protect the public from sewage spills and overflows
This week, Alabama’s leading river protection groups petitioned the Alabama Environmental Management Commission (AEMC) to write regulations requiring sewage treatment facilities to notify the public when they are exposed to sewage spills and overflows.