If the two sides can come to an agreement this will be a WIN for residents living along Fish River, citizens of Alabama who enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming in the Fish River and Weeks Bay, and the unbelievably beautiful local environment. If not, the sewage line under the river will be a permanently looming threat to citizens, the River, and Weeks Bay.
The US Army Corps of Engineers is hosting a public workshop this Thursday, March 16 to address plans for deepening and widening activities related to the Mobile Bay Channel. Any individual interested in the proposed improvements to the harbor may attend.
A new semester means new interns, and we are thrilled to have five wonderful and talented interns on the Baykeeper team this fall. Here's a chance to get to know each of them better!
"What we have realized is that the more you know about our work, the more connected you are, and the more we can accomplish because we’re working together."
Meet Bentley, Nicole, Richardson, and Payton in "Meet the Interns: Part 2" and learn more about our wonderful team of interns.
Meet four of our eight summer interns and learn more about their unique backgrounds, skills, interests, roles at Mobile Baykeeper, and why they wanted to intern with us at Baykeeper. They have bright futures ahead of them!