Thursday, September 09, 2010

Bama Environmental News #334

Links & Videos

Alabama First

Organic Wines in Alabama

Dauphin Island's George Crozier Discusses the Oil Spill

Dr. George Crozier on Seafood Contamination

WEAR 3 Coastal Crisis Series

Higher Ground Roasters - The Wilderness Society


State Receives $36 million grant to help increase energy efficiency

Plans to Expand the Cahaba River Wildlife Refuge

Gubernatorial Candidates Support Re-Authorization of Forever Wild

Forever Wild Editorials

Forever Wild to Buy Land to Expand Tannehill State Park

Tom Spencer's Bham News Article About the Forestry Commission's Forests at the Crossroads Report - 225,000 forest acres lost in Alabama 2000-2008

Tuscaloosa's News City Park

Dogwood Alliance Green Grades 2010

Bicycling Groups Receive Grants for Trails

BEN Calendar

Events at Landmark Park - Dothan in August and September

Land Trust of Huntsville and North Alabama’s Moon Over Three Caves Dance – September 18 in Huntsville.

23rd Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup - September 18th

Cahaba River Society “Fry- Down” – September 25, 10:00am to 4:00pm

Southern Environmental Center's EcoFest 12 - October 7th, 6:00-9:00 at WorkPlay

7th Annual John L. Borom Alabama Coastal Birdfest - October 14-17

Alabama-Mississippi Bays and Bayous Symposium in Mobile - December 1-2

Sweetwater Beer and Black Warrior Riverkeepers Team Up Again in September

Jobs Available

NWF Southeast Regional Representative

Gulf Coast Regional Coordinator - Waterkeeper Alliance

Ruffner Mountain Positions

After School Teacher needed immediately for program with conservation, life/environmental science focus. Program takes place at Montevallo Middle School 2:30 to 6:00 M-F with some evening and Sat. hours possible. Pay is $20 per hour. Teaching experience (camps OK) in life/environmental science required, school experience preferred. Please send resume to

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