Montevallo’s Earth Fest

University of Montevallo's Main Quad

Join the UM Environmental Club, the Sustainability Committee, and various other campus partners for a huge party to celebrate the earth! We will have representatives from environmental organizations and campus groups, fun craft activities for all ages, live music, and food - exact details TBD, but you can contact [email protected] or follow Sustainability @ UM on Facebook more »


ONLINE: Spring Audubon Talk—The Surprising Secrets of Rock Pigeons


Pre-registration is required by 12 p.m. CDT Wednesday, April 20th. For more information and to register, visit Most people don’t give city pigeons a second look—and that’s a shame, at least according to Rosemary Mosco, author of A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching: Getting to Know the World’s Most Misunderstood Bird. Not only are more »


Southern Exposure in Mobile!

Old Majestic Brewing 656 St Louis St, Mobile, AL

Join Alabama Rivers Alliance and Mobile Baykeeper for the FREE screening of the 2021 Southern Exposure documentary films. Q & A and discussion afterwards with Cade Kistler (Mobile Baykeeper and featured in Wastewater: A Tale of Two Cities) and more! Created in six short weeks this summer, the 2021 Southern Exposure films celebrate special people more »


Canoe/Kayak on the Locust Fork with FLFR

Royal Community Park & Center 131 Timmerman Rd, Blountsville, AL

Join Tammy Mason and Brian Dean for a delightful canoe or kayak trip on Saturday, April 23 from 9:30 am to 2 pm (approximately) Bring your own boat (kayak or canoe), your paddle, life jacket, a snack/lunch, drinking water, river appropriate clothing, water shoes, hat & sunglasses held with a string. Brian also suggests bringing more »


Fly Fishing Film Festival at Cahaba Brewing!

Cahaba Brewing Company 4500 5th Ave S, Birmingham, Alabama 35222

Native Fish Alabama - Coosa Riverkeeper fly fishing film festival brought to you by Deep South Outfitters. Raffles, fly tying demonstrations, art, vendors, special Redeye beer release, special Redeye Bass Coffee release, casting demonstration and of course Fly Fishing Films! All to benefit Native Fish and Coosa Riverkeeper

Lake Watch of Lake Martin Annual Meeting

Red Ridge United Methodist Church 8091 Co Rd 34, Dadeville, AL

The Lake Watch annual meeting will be held on: Sunday, April 24, 2022 1-3:30 pm (registration 1-1:30 pm; program 1:30-3:30 pm) Red Ridge United Methodist Church 8091 Co Rd 34, Dadeville, AL We are pleased to have Dr. Bill Deutsch, founder and long-time director of Alabama Water Watch, as our guest speaker, who will give more »


Camp Fletcher Bio Blitz with Cahaba River Society

Camp Fletcher

The BioBlitz is a great way to excite kids about science, learn about biodiversity, discover how you can help protect our natural world, and discover Camp Fletcher as a summer camp opportunity for diverse youth. Camp Fletcher is a wooded preserve and nature retreat founded in 1926 by Alabama’s first African-American registered nurse, Mrs. Pauline Bray Fletcher, as more »

Water is Life: Elections Matter!

Zoom Video Conference

Elections matter to our water and environment because they determine who has the power to make important decisions that impact all aspects of our lives. Join us Tuesday as we talk with the League of Women Voters and the Alabama Poor People's Campaign about their exciting work building up to the upcoming primaries in Alabama more »

Good Life Ride with Alabama Coastal Foundation

The Lodge at Gulf State Park 21196 E Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, AL

The Alabama Coastal Foundation is hosting the Thirteenth Annual Good Life Bicycle Ride on May 7, 2022, which is the Saturday of Mother's Day weekend. This year, we are offering two planned roundtrip routes (9 miles and 19 miles) through the beautiful Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail ( or you can create your own experience. more »

Spring Native Plant Sale benefitting Turkey Creek Nature Preserve

Turkey Creek Nature Preserve 3906 Turkey Creek Rd,, Pinson, AL

The 2022 Spring Native Plant Sale is back at the Turkey Creek Nature Preserve on Saturday, May 7th, 2022. This year's sale is shaping up to be our largest sale ever, with nearly 100 varieties of native trees, shrubs, grasses, ferns, flowers. Not only are these plants beautiful, but they are beneficial to our local more »