Cahaba Current

August 27, 2020

Cahaba Current: August 2020

With its amazing biodiversity, the Cahaba River is a top destination for anglers. Its fish have been an important food source for Cahaba communities from the earliest Native American inhabitants to the present day. But are they safe to eat?

July 20, 2020

Cahaba Current: Summer 2020

Read on to find out about our work this Summer. We have new Virtual Creative Writing Workshops, plans for #FryDown2020, Perry Lakes Park, plastics and the pandemic, and some positive policy updates.

April 22, 2020

Earth Day message from Executive Director Beth Stewart

I’m Beth Stewart, executive director of Cahaba River Society. We hope that you, your family, and the people you care about are safe and well.

We want to share with you what your Cahaba River Society team is getting done during social distancing, and ways you can help.

As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, we are more aware than ever of the need to educate and empower young leaders, representing the full diversity of our communities, who will take up the charge to address environmental issues on a local and global scale. We are proud to have brought over 38,500 youth into the River for hands-on environmental education.

March 26, 2020

Introducing our new Virtual Resource Library

We hope you and those you care about are remaining safe and well. We’re thinking about you, and how Cahaba River Society can help during this difficult time. How about taking you on a virtual visit to the Cahaba River?

To help you stay connected during the time of COVID-19 Quarantine and beyond, we are introducing a new library of online resources to help you learn about the Cahaba and experience some of its most unique features from the comfort of your home.

October 02, 2019

Cahaba Current: October 2019

We believe that people protect the places to which they feel a connection, and one of the most important parts of our mission has always been connecting people to the Cahaba River so that they feel inspired and empowered for its protection.

People connect to nature in a multitude of different ways.

Through 2018-19, Cahaba River Society has partnered with a number of different arts organizations and artists to explore new ways to connect people to the Cahaba through visual arts, poetry, film, and music.

June 03, 2019

Cahaba Current: June 2019

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!

February 28, 2019

Cahaba Current: February 2019

CONTENTS:
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!

December 20, 2018

Cahaba Current: December 2018

As a new year approaches, join us as we look back on our 2018 accomplishments and look ahead to all we hope to achieve in 2019. Check out this edition of Cahaba Current for important news & updates to ring in the New Year.

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