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  • What if Harvey Happened Here?

    What if Harvey Happened Here? By Cindy Lowry, Alabama Rivers Alliance executive director Click here to read this op-ed on or in the Montgomery Advertiser.  As I watch the devastating floods in Texas and see desperate people standing in water, swimming to their rescuers, or carrying their children through

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  • Groups React to ADEM’s New Sewage Spill Notification Tools

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 31, 2017 For More Information: Kelly Marshall | | 205.322.6395   GROUPS REACT TO ADEM’S NEW SEWAGE SPILL NOTIFICATION TOOLS   BIRMINGHAM, AL – As part of an overall effort to improve reporting and public notification of sewage overflows, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) has

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  • Cindy Lowry responds to the appointment of Trey Glenn as EPA’s Region 4 Administrator

    Former ADEM Director Trey Glenn has been appointed as EPA’s Region 4 Administrator. ARA’s executive director responds to the news to the Washington Post and FROM THE WASHINGTON POST Those who worked on environmental issues in Alabama during Glenn’s tenure as director of the state’s environmental agency were not

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  • Falling in Love with Alabama’s Rivers – by Charles Miller

    Guest post by Charles Miller is a part of American Rivers’s America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series spotlighting the Mobile Bay Basin. Click here to read on their site. In Bibb County, Alabama, down dirt roads and past stands of longleaf pine, runs a profoundly special stretch of the Cahaba River. It

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