Pinhoti Fest

Noble Park E 9th St, Sylacauga, AL, United States

Kick off the 2022-23 Hiking Season with the Pinhoti Outdoor Center! Join the Pinhoti Outdoor Center at Noble Park in downtown Sylacauga, Alabama, (An Official Pinhoti Trail Town) for Pinhoti Fest 2022 The weekend will be full of incredible speakers, live music, artists, gear vendors and more. Visit, shop and eat at Sylacauga's local downtown more »


2022 Fall Bird Count with Alabama Audubon

Seasonal bird counts have been a central part of Alabama Audubon’s work ever since its founding in 1946. This year, they’re continuing that tradition with the fifty-eighth annual Fall Bird Count Saturday, September 24th. We encourage you to participate at your home feeder, in your backyard, or at a local park! *Click here for detailed more »

Friends of Shades Creek Clean Up

Homewood Soccer Park/Shades Creek Greenway 1800 S. Lakeshore Dr., Vestavia Hills, AL, United States

Saturday, September 24 – Shades Creek Cleanup! Time: 8:30 to Noon  Registration at: Homewood Soccer Field Parking lot next to Shades Creek Greenway. Take Green Springs/Columbiana Road to western end of the Shades Creek Greenway. Address:  1800 South Lakeshore Drive Look for our tent to get trash bags, supplies and sign up If you have a group more »

Coastal Birdfest with South Alabama Land Trust

5 Rivers Delta Resource Center 5 Rivers, Alabamas Delta Resource Center, 30945 Five Rivers Blvd., Spanish Fort, AL 36527, United States

Birders and nature lovers from across the United States and Canada flock to south Alabama every year to experience one of the prime birdwatching opportunities on the Gulf Coast during fall migration. More than 370 bird species have been spotted at various locations along the Alabama coast, and BirdFest guides expertly lead attendees on boat more »

Watershed Planning Workshop with Alabama Watershed Stewards

Enterprise Farmer's Market 25 N Main Street, Entrerprise, AL, United States

Watershed planning is a voluntary integrated approach to address water quality issues and opportunities by considering the watershed as a whole. These one-day in person workshops introduce the process of watershed planning for communities as a voluntary way to plan for a community’s water future and gain opportunities for project funding. Hosted by Alabama Watershed Stewards and more »


Southern Exposure 2022 World Premiere!

The Altamont School 4801 Altamont Rd S, Birmingham, AL 35222, USA, United States

  Join the Alabama Rivers Alliance at Altamont School for the FREE world premiere screening of the 2022 Southern Exposure films! We are thrilled  to be back in-person for our premiere and hope you'll join us for this inspiring evening of film + discussion. Friday, September 30 5:30 - 6:30 pm Celebration Reception with lemonade more »


Guided Hike in Bankhead National Forest with Wild Alabama

Payne Creek Outdoor Classroom & Canyon 1070 AL-33, Double Springs, AL, United States

Group size is limited and advance registration is required. Sign up at [email protected]  Leader:  Janice Barrett Distance: 2 miles roundtrip Level of Difficulty:  Moderate Children are welcome! Wear clothing that is appropriate for the weather  and comfortable for hiking. Footwear needs to be sturdy with good  reliable traction that will keep you upright on slick rocks more »

RiverFest with Coosa Riverkeeper

River Rocks Landing 1 River Road, Gadsden, AL, United States

Come to River Rocks Landing for Riverfest October 1st! Join us for food, drinks, and live music… all to celebrate the Coosa! More details coming soon!

Cahaba Fry-Down

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

The Cahaba River Fry-Down is a celebration of the Cahaba River – our region’s primary drinking water source and a treasure trove of biological diversity. The principal fundraiser for the Cahaba River Society, Fry-Down is a traditionally a competitive cook-off surrounded by a party featuring fun for all ages with a carnival-like atmosphere that hosts live more »

The Great Escape: River Run from Crockett

The Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River 7840 Sipsey Road, Empire, AL, United States

The Great Escape: River Run from Crockett is a 14 mile, flat-water race commemorating the 1813 escape of Black Warrior Town's residents from Davy Crockett and the Tennessee Militia. Bring your kayak, canoe, or stand up paddle board and join us! Visit to purchase tickets.