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.
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.
Meet the panel of twelve judges who will select winners in categories such as “Best Dressed” (Best Presentation), “Fish with an Attitude” (Most Creative), and “Baddest Fish in the River” (Best Overall). Festival participants will vote for their favorite team to win of the prestigious “Crowd Favorite” award.
Journey through the Cahaba River Adventure to immerse yourself in a series of interactive exhibits and activities that evoke the feeling of traveling down the river, encountering its finned, furry, scaly, and
On Sunday, October 2, 2022 from noon to 4pm at Cahaba Brewing, teams of culinary competitors will vie to see whose catfish, sides, and desserts can win one of the coveted frying pan trophies at the 13th annual Cahaba River Fry-Down.
This June, CRS joined environmental and community organizations from across the nation urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the longstanding scope of the Clean Water Act and reject industry attempts to eliminate federal clean water protections that have kept families, communities, and rivers and lakes safe from pollution for decades.