March 20, 2023

Job Opening: Conservation Crew Intern

Semester: Spring/Summer 2023 To apply: Send resume and cover letter to Wil Rainer, Field Programs Director, at [email protected]  Time Requirement: 10-20 hrs/wk starting April 1-8, 2023. Hours and dates flexible.

March 14, 2023

Job Opening: CLEAN Environmental Education Assistant

Provides in the field education support for the Shane Hulsey CLEAN Education Program and other youth and adult environmental education programs of the Cahaba River Society. Occasionally supports field programs for Stewardship and Recreation. Support staff for stream walks, teacher training, and CLEAN canoe trips.

March 14, 2023

Invitation to Artists: Cahaba-inspired art sought for juried art show in November 2023

If you have never considered this subject matter, now is your opportunity! The Cahaba, famous for the rare and lovely Cahaba Lilies, flows through the heart of Alabama, from its headwaters near Trussville until it reaches the Alabama River southwest of Selma, passing through Jefferson, Shelby, Bibb and Dallas counties with beautiful scenery along the way.

January 25, 2023

Cahaba Current: January 2023

Cahaba River Society’s board and staff are thrilled to host our 2023 annual meeting in-person at Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia (3775 Crosshaven Drive, Vestavia Hills, AL 35223), on

Bass Pro Shops uses bioswales
December 21, 2022

Call for Nominations–2023 Conservation Development Awards

About CRS’s Watershed Conservation Development Awards The Cahaba River Society believes that restoring the Cahaba and safeguarding our drinking water supplies can be achieved through transforming the way developments are

November 03, 2022

Get tickets now for the WATER Concert 11/13/22

This collaborative, multimedia, live performance will take audiences on an aural and visual journey that explores the ways humans interact with the most precious resource on Earth. Featuring choral music from the Renaissance to the present day – including traditional African American spirituals originating in the Appalachian region – Cahaba River imagery will flow throughout the performance, connecting the music to place.