The Alabama Environmental Management Commission is asking for feedback about Director Lance LeFleur’s job performance as the leader of the Department of Environmental Management (ADEM).
It is crucial for members of the public to communicate their comments, concerns, and observations about Director LeFleur’s leadership of ADEM over the past year.
Thunderstorms will wash even more trash into the Cahaba River, reinforcing the need for public education about Cahaba litter pollution FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 5, 2019 Contact: Katie Shaddix, Communications Manager Phone: 205-322-5326 ext. 420 E-mail: [email protected] BIRMINGHAM, AL. Cahaba River Society had planned the most ambitious Cahaba cleanup ever attempted for this
As part of the Big Cahaba Cleanup public education campaign to reduce litter pollution in the Cahaba River, Cahaba River Society and DoReMe Media Group are releasing a series of videos showing how litter ends up in rivers.
Don’t litter–it ends up in your river! Help spread the word by sharing the video below.
Cahaba River Society launches the Big Cahaba Cleanup along with an anti-littering campaign to help protect the Cahaba from trash pollution. Meet our new summer field staff and more!
Over 150 volunteers will work in teams to clean up to 50 river miles from Trussville to Helena FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 3, 2019 CONTACT: Katie Shaddix, 205-322-5326 x 418, [email protected] BIRMINGHAM, AL. On June 8, Cahaba River Society will launch the largest Cahaba Cleanup ever. The Big Cahaba Cleanup, sponsored by Alabama Outdoors, will clean up to 50
As part of the Big Cahaba Cleanup public education campaign to reduce litter pollution in the Cahaba River, Cahaba River Society and DoReMe Media Group are releasing a series of videos showing how litter ends up in rivers. Don’t litter–it ends up in your river! Help spread the word by sharing the video below.
The Cahaba River Society staff and board honor our friend, mentor and leader Richard “Dick” Pigford. Dick was a transformational Cahaba River Society Board Member for seven years, 2006 – 2012, and Board President in 2010-2011. He guided Cahaba River Society on our collaborative path and opened doors for us with people in development, business, and
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently released a proposed rule dismantling the Clean Water Act, America’s bedrock environmental protection – and it’s just as bad as we feared. If adopted, the rule will open the doors to pollution into the southern rivers, streams, lakes, and coastal waters we know and love. The EPA is soliciting
The Dirty Water Rule: Act now to protect clean water
Cahaba River Society discovers major error in Eastern Area Landfill permit application
Broken sewer pipe discovered during stream bank assessment
Welcome new Cahaba River Society board members!
Reserve space on the Spring 2019 Guided Cahaba Canoe Trips!