Our intensive campaign to work with local municipalities is beginning in Baldwin County. Between the rapid growth the entirety of Baldwin County is facing, the intense public interest in protecting waterways in the area, and a number of issues at sites in the nearby vicinity we feel this is the best place to begin our efforts.
We will be holding a Muddy Water Watch training on March 7th at the Fairhope Public Library. The training will educate citizens on how to document and report sites with issues and advocate for policies that ensure these issues do not continue to occur.
To see the type of issues that are plaguing local waterways please scroll through the presentation below. The content below is just one example of the stormwater pollution that is ongoing throughout coastal Alabama.
Scroll inside the frame above to go through the presentation and see an example of the stormwater pollution degrading our waterways and infrastructure.
--If you have thoughts about how Mobile Baykeeper can help reduce stormwater pollution in you community please email us at - firstname.lastname@example.org--