May
19
8:00 AM08:00

5th Annual Crepe Myrtle Trail Ride

Arlingtom Park, Brookley Complex. 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Hosted by the Mobile United Natural Resources Committee, The Crepe Myrtle Trail Ride is a family-friendly, 12-mile bike ride at a beginner pace of 8-12 mph. Riders begin at Arlington Park, before crossing the runway at Brookley Field and riding along the western shore of Mobile Bay. Enjoy scenic views of Mobile Bay while listening to fun, educational talks about the Crepe Myrtle Trail and the natural areas that make Mobile such a beautiful place. 

Admission is $10 to attend. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. The ride begins at 8:30 a.m. 

 

 

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Jun
2
7:00 AM07:00

14th Annual Publix Grandman Triathlon

Saturday June 2, 2018 at 7 a.m. * Fairhope Municipal Pier

In its fourteenth year, The Grandman has become one of Fairhope's premier annual events, attracting individual and team racers of all ages and skill levels from around the Southeast and beyond. Last year, more than 750 racers, 100 volunteers, and 50 sponsors participated in the event. 

Racers begin the race by jumping from the end of Fairhope Pier into Mobile Bay and swimming 1/3-mile to the shore. Following the swim, racers bike 18 miles, beginning up a steep hill before riding through miles of rolling countryside and continuing through the quaint city of Fairhope. Racers conclude the triathlon with a 5K run alongside scenic Mobile Bay, crossing the finish line at Fairhope Park, where they are welcomed with medals and a variety of refreshments from cheering volunteers. 

Proceeds from the race benefit three local non-profit organizations: Mobile Baykeeper, Delta Bike Project, and myTeam Triumph: Southern Alabama. To learn more information, please visit www.thegrandman.com or contact grandman@mobilebaykeeper.org 

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Jun
3
7:30 AM07:30

Jubilee Kids Triathlon

Fairhope Municipal Pier. 7:30 a.m.

Join us in the beautiful city of Fairhope, AL for the Jubilee Kids Triathlon on Sunday, June 3 at 7:30 a.m. at the Fairhope Pier. With numerous shops, restaurants, and kid-friendly activities, Fairhope is the perfect race destination for the whole family to enjoy. This race is open to children ages 7-15. 

Parents can race in the Grandman Triathlon at the same site the day before, and then watch their kids race the next morning on Sunday, June 4! Click here to learn more information about the Jubilee Kids Triathlon. Registration will be open soon!

For more information, contact grandman@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Jul
25
5:00 PM17:00

Bay Bites Food Truck Festival

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Wednesday, July 25, 2018. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cooper Riverside Park

Hosted by Mobile Baykeeper's Young Advisory Council, Bay Bites is a food truck festival featuring a variety of different cuisine from local food trucks, craft beer, live music, and a variety of lawn games and other entertainment on the riverfront of Downtown Mobile at Cooper Riverside Park. Click here to learn more about Bay Bites, and stay tuned for updates regarding #BayBites2018. We hope to see you there! 

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Apr
22
4:00 PM16:00

Earth Day Plog

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Help us celebrate Earth Day by keeping yourself and your environment healthy and participating in the newest fitness trend! Plogging is a combination of jogging and picking up litter. This craze began in Sweden in 2016 and has finally made its way to the United States, following increased concern about plastic pollution. Mobile Baykeeper will be partnering with Fleet Feet Sports Mobile for an hour long plogging competition at Serda Brewing Co. downtown. This is a family friendly event and all ages are welcome.

Click here to view the Facebook Event and RSVP as "going" if you plan to attend!  

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Apr
21
6:00 PM18:00

Naturally Inspired Exhibit Benefitting Mobile Baykeeper

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What better way to celebrate Earth Day than to support a locally active environmental organization through the arts? The juried exhibition "Naturally Inspired" will hold its opening reception April 21, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Marnée’s Studio (a new art studio and gallery located by the Loop in Mobile). This event is FREE to attend and will feature nature-themed work from talented artists from the area. There will be complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments.

A portion fo art sales will benefit our efforts for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities! The event will also highlight local, award winning author Lee Ann Ward who will be available for book sales and signings. So come join us in support of the arts and our environment this Earth Day!

If you're interested in entering the show, please visit www.marneestudio.com or email info@marneestudio.com. DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS APRIL 13, 2018.

ADDRESS: 2353 Airport Boulevard, Mobile, AL 36606

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Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

Get Involved to Protect Your Local Waterways

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Wondering how you can do your part to protect your local waterways?

Join us for a brief presentation to learn about the Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program (SWAMP), an education program that teaches citizens the importance of connections within watersheds while also providing tools to monitor the health of waterways and solve pollution problems. 

Following the presentation, interested participants will be invited to sign up to become trained water quality monitors on Three-Mile Creek. Space is limited for the training and is primarily reserved for those who attend this presentation.

Food and drinks will be provided. For more information, please contact Education & Outreach Coordinator Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229

When: Wednesday, April 18 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Where: Spring Hill College, Yancey Hall Room 108


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Apr
13
11:30 AM11:30

Bay Awakening

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ONLINE TICKET SALES CLOSE TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT! AFTER THIS TIME, TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR $45 AT THE DOOR TOMORROW. 

Bay Awakening is an annual luncheon benefitting our work for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. This event will feature a roundtable of local panelists Watt Key, John Sledge, and Nall the Artist talking "Stories of Mobile Bay" with a special invocation from Mayor Sandy Stimpson. We will also release our 2017 annual report and a short film showcasing our work. 

Tickets are $40/person in advance and $45/person at the door. Table sponsorships are also available. For more information, please contact Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229.

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Mar
27
to Mar 29

Water Policy Summit

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The third annual Water Policy Summit will be held March 27-29, 2018 at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The event will kick off with a reception at the National Water Center Tuesday, March 27 at 5 p.m. The National Water Center is located on The University of Alabama campus. It is a first-of-its-kind facility that leverages the ubiquitous data, robust science and societal drivers to support informed policy making on water resource issues from the national to the local scale. The Water Policy Summit will bring nationally recognized experts together. The summit will include focused sessions on various topics such as water policies, law, science, engineering, business, management and more. The theme of this year’s summit is Community Resiliency. Continuing education credit will be offered to engineers, geologists and attorneys.

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Mar
24
9:00 AM09:00

Apple Snail Roundup

Langan Park. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m

Join us to help remove the apple snail, an invasive species, from our local waterways. Volunteers will help find and capture adult and juvenile apple snails, as well as remove apple snail eggs. Volunteers with canoes, kayaks, or small boats are particularly needed. Please wear comfortable clothes that you do not mind getting a little wet or dirty. All cleanup supplies and drinks will be provided. For more information, please contact Chad Chappell at cchappell@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

*Please come and go as your schedule permits.

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Mar
10
10:00 AM10:00

Bayou La Batre Community Cleanup

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Mobile Baykeeper has been awarded a $91,000 federal grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to expand its reach into South Mobile County. Baykeeper was selected as a grant recipient under EPA's Environmental Education (EE) program, designed to increase public awareness about environmental issues and provide citizens with skills to take responsible action. Students at Alma Bryant High School have started our Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program (SWAMP) to reach this goal. 

In addition, Baykeeper will begin hosting cleanups in these communities. Keeping litter out of our waterways helps to protect species as well as the local fishing economy. Casi (kc) Callaway, Mobile Baykeeper Executive Director & Baykeeper emphasized this importance, expressing, "Many of the communities in South Mobile County depend on healthy waterways for their livelihood and quality of life - like the tourism industry in Dauphin Island and the seafood industry in Bayou La Batre."

Our goal is to raise public awareness and get community members involved to help protect our rich resources. For more information, please contact Karrie Quirin at kquirin@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Feb
24
12:00 PM12:00

Post-Mardi Gras Cleanup on One Mile Creek

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One Mile Creek Access Point - 498 Marion St. (corner of N. Lawrence St. & Marion St.)

Join Mobile Baykeeper for a Post-Mardi  litter cleanup of One Mile Creek to see firsthand the amount of Mardi Gras litter that pollutes nearby waterways. 

We'll be going deep in the trenches of One Mile Creek in canoes and kayaks to remove whatever litter and debris we find. Please dress comfortably in clothes you do not mind getting a little wet or dirty. For those who do not want to get in the water, we will also be picking up litter around the edge of the creek and in the field near the creek. Please bring a canoe or kayak if you have one! We will have a limited supply of boats available.

This cleanup is part of a two-year grant Mobile Baykeeper received from NOAA to help Mobile move toward a litter-free Mardi Gras. Other elements of this grant include working with City of Mobile to install storm drain covers along the parade route and educating the community through a large public awareness campaign. To learn more, visit mobilebaykeeper.org/litterfreemardigras

Special Thanks to grant partners: Thompson EngineeringCity of Mobile,Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, Gulf Coast Containers, Universal Precast, and Alabama Pipe & Supply.

For more information, please contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. Click here to learn more about the NOAA Marine Debris Program. 

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Feb
22
6:00 PM18:00

Mobile Harbor GRR Meeting

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Thursday, February 22 at the Arthur Outlaw Mobile Convention Center. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Hosted by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), this public meeting is on the proposed deepening and widening of the Mobile Harbor. The meeting will be held in a “town hall” setting to allow for community members to ask questions, express concerns, and learn from one another’s thoughts. This is the last public meeting to be held before the release of the Draft General Reevaluate Report and the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (projected for this summer) so strong attendance is important to ensure good public input on the project! 

To learn more, please contact Program & Grants Coordinator Laura Jackson at ljackson@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

Get Involved to Protect Three Mile Creek!

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Wednesday, January 24 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. 605 Donald St. Mobile, AL 36617. 

Did you know Three Mile Creek was once the city's primary drinking water supply? Today, it faces a variety of environmental issues including sewer spills, stormwater runoff, and litter. 

Join us for a brief presentation to learn about the Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program (SWAMP), an education program that teaches citizens the importance of connections within watersheds while also providing tools to monitor the health of waterways and solve pollution problems. 

Following the presentation, interested participants will be invited to sign up to become trained water quality monitors on Three-Mile Creek. Space is limited for the training and is primarily reserved for those who attend the initial presentation on January 24.

Food and drinks will be provided. For more information, please contact Education & Outreach Coordinator Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 
 

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Jan
13
8:30 AM08:30

MLK Day of Service at Tricentennial Park

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Saturday January 13 - Tricentennial Park - 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Join us for a community litter cleanup at Tricentennial Park & surrounding locations as we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on this annual day of service. This is a great opportunity to give back to our community and environment. We will also have drinks, lunch provided, and guest speakers to be announced at a later date. More information to come!

Click here to view the official Facebook Event Page. For more information, contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Jan
13
8:30 AM08:30

MLK Day of Service at One Mile Creek

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Saturday, January 13 - 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. -

ONE MILE CREEK ACCESS POINT - 498 MARION ST. (CORNER OF N. LAWRENCE ST. & MARION ST.)

We're excited to have an additional site on One Mile Creek for the 2018 MLK Day of Service! Join us for a marine debris removal and litter cleanup of One Mile Creek as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This is a canoe and kayak cleanup where we will be going deep in the trenches of One Mile Creek. It is not for the faint of heart! We will have a limited amount of canoes and kayaks available to use, but please bring your own if you have one. 

This event serves is part of our federal grant from NOAA to help Mobile "Move Toward a Litter Free Mardi Gras!"(One Mile Creek is the waterway that receives a significant amount of Mardi Gras litter). We're excited to partner with City of Mobile, Thompson Engineering, Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, and Gulf Coast Containers for this two-year project. Click here to learn more. For more information, please contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Dec
8
6:00 PM18:00

20th Anniversary Bay Bash

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Friday, December 8. 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. GulfQuest Maritime Museum

IMPORTANT: ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR BEGINNING AT 6:00 P.M.

Enjoy live music by popular local talent "Gulf Coast Blues Boy" James Richardson, cocktails, heavy hors d'oeuvres, live music, guest speaker Marci Yaggi (Executive Director of Waterkeeper Alliance), silent auction, and a special fireworks show on the Mobile River as we celebrate 20 years of protecting the Mobile Bay Watershed and our coastal communities. For more information, please contact Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

Tickets: $75/person or $125/couple.

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Nov
8
10:00 AM10:00

Fashionable Fundraiser at TALBOTS

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Wednesday, November 8. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. TALBOTS Location at the Eastern Shore Centre

We're excited to partner with our friends from TALBOTS for a "fashionable fundraiser", where a portion of the store's sales on November 8 will be donated to our work for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. Come join us and shop for a cause! For more information, contact Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Nov
4
10:00 AM10:00

Poker Paddle with WildNative Delta Safaris

Saturday, November 4. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Hosted by Wild Native Delta Safaris, this family fun event is a water based scavenger hunt. Follow maps to designated points and collect as many cards in sealed envelopes as you can before the buzzer sounds. Best poker hands win trophies! There is no advantage in finishing first.

Registration is $35 per boat, and a portion of each registration going directly to Mobile Baykeeper. Fee includes: Boat Registration, 1 Souvenir T-Shirt, and entry to prize raffles. Additional shirts are available for $10 each. Rental canoes and kayaks are also available.

For more information, please contact Wild Native Delta Safaris at 251-272-4088 or contact Mobile Baykeeper Development Director Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org

5 Rivers Delta Resource Center at Bartram Landing

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Oct
14
9:00 AM09:00

Apple Snail Roundup

Saturday, October 14. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Langan Park. 

Join us to help remove the Island Apple Snail (an invasive species) from the pond at Langan Park and prevent it from spreading further along Three-Mile Creek to the Mobile River and Mobile Bay. The event will also be held in conjunction with a litter cleanup. Drinks and cleanup supplies will be provided.

Click here to learn more about apple snails and RSVP to the event. For more information, please contact Chad Chappell at cchappell@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

New to This Year's Event: We're kicking it up a notch and offering prizes for the top 3 participants who collect the most snails. Special thanks to our friends from Red Beard's Outfitters for giving away prizes and supporting us at the apple snail roundup! 

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Oct
8
4:00 PM16:00

Sunset Sail on The Schooner Joshua

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Join us for another "Baykeeper Birthday" event as we continue celebrating our 20th anniversary throughout 2017. This event will be a sunset sail in Mobile Bay aboard the 72' Schooner Joshua, the Official Tall Ship of the City of Mobile and the State of Alabama. The trip will depart from the Marriott Grand Hotel at 4 p.m. and return at approximately 6:30 p.m.

Dinner will be served by James-Beard award winning chef Ryan Prewitt. We will be celebrating the beauty of our bay with wine, beer, and a champagne toast. Ryan's phenomenal menu to include:

Pickled Shrimp and Farro Salad

Shaved Zucchini and Cucumber with Pickled Tomatoes

Marinated Field Peas with Pickled Chilies

Seared Tuna with Olives

Yeast Yolls

Key Lime Pie

Tickets are $100 per person and proceeds benefit Mobile Baykeeper's efforts for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. Space is very limited. For more information, please contact Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Sep
19
6:00 PM18:00

Film Screening of "A Beautiful Planet"

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Tuesday, September 19. 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center. 

Tickets: $15 (light refreshments included). 

Due to a generous contribution from AM/NS Calvert, Mobile Baykeeper is partnering with the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center to host an IMAX film screening of "A Beautiful Planet" to celebrate Mobile Baykeeper's 20th anniversary. 

Following the film, special guest speaker Dr. Ruth Carmichael (Senior Marine Scientist for Dauphin Island Sea Lab) will lead a discussion and Q&A session on how sea life responds to environmental stressors and the need for all of us to care for our planet. 

The film will last for 45 minutes and cover success stories of water conservation, exploring unchartered places, need for connection to resources, and our human impact on the environment. 

Tickets are $15 and will include light refreshments. Limited space is available. Please purchase your tickets in advance!

Special Thanks to AM/NS Calvert for supporting our mission as we celebrate our 20th anniversary in 2017!

"We need to start considering ourselves as crew members, not passengers of our planet."

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Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

Kayak Cleanup on One-Mile Creek

One Mile Creek at Sumpter St. and N. Hamilton St. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

** Not your average Cleanup **

This cleanup involves varying skill levels: 

Level #1 - Park cleanup.  This level requires closed to shoes.

Level #2 - Around the edge of the creek cleanup.  This level requires boots, long pants, and gloves.  Clothes may get wet and/or dirty.

Level #3 - Water cleanup. This level requires kayak or canoe, water shoes, and the ability to paddle and work in possible treacherous conditions.  Clothes will get wet and dirty.

We have received a federal grant through the NOAA Marine Debris Removal Program to help the City of Mobile "Move Toward a Litter Free Mardi Gras."  Through this program, we will partner with various local organizations to remove litter and medium-sized marine debris from One Mile Creek, a tributary of the Three-Mile Creek Watershed which receives a significant amount of litter from Mardi Gras.  

Our goal is to raise public awareness and get community members involved to celebrate more responsibly during Mardi Gras.  To kick off this program, we will be hosting a litter cleanup of One Mile Creek both on land and water. Volunteers with canoes or kayaks are needed to remove litter from the creek. Please indicate whether you feel comfortable in a canoe or kayak as there is a separate waiver that will need to be completed. If you have your own gloves, please bring them.

 

To learn more about Mobile Baykeeper's grant to help Mobile "Move Toward a Litter Free Mardi Gras", please click here.  For more information, contact Education & Outreach Coordinator Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4299.

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Sep
9
9:45 AM09:45

Young Advisory Council Causeway Crawl

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POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! We apologize for the inconvenience. 

 

Join us for the 1st Annual Young Advisory Council (YAC) Causeway Crawl and Cleanup. Mobile Baykeeper's Young Advisory Council is a group of young professionals ages 21-35 who share a vested interest in our mission and volunteer their time, talents, and treasure at various events throughout the year. 

We will meet at Cooper Riverside Park at 9:45 on Saturday, September 9 to shuttle to the Causeway for our cleanup and crawl. We will spend about an hour at each location, removing litter from the area and then enjoying drink specials and socializing. We will end our day at The BLUEGILL listening to live music. 

VERY IMPORTANT: You must fill out the form below to secure your spot so we have an accurate head count for the shuttle. We look forward to spending a fun day of service with you, supporting local businesses, and raising awareness of our work for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. For more information, please contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 

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Aug
31
8:00 AM08:00

Whole Foods 5% Day

Thursday, August 31. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Shop at Whole Foods Market Mobile on Thursday, August 31 and 5% of net sales will be donated to support our work for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. Representatives from Mobile Baykeeper staff and board will be located at a membership table inside Whole Foods throughout the day to educate customers about the work we do. For more information, please contact Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org

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Aug
5
9:00 AM09:00

Barefoot Wine Beach Cleanup

Litter Cleanup with Barefoot Wine. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Cotton Bayou Public Beach. Orange Beach, AL. 

Beach litter cleanup at the newly renovated Cotton Bayou Public Beach Access with an after party with Barefoot Wine following the cleanup. More information to come! Contact Nickelle Stoll at nstoll@mobilebaykeeper.org with any questions you may have. We hope to see you there! 

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May
25
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga in the Park

Fairhope Pier Park. 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. $10 to attend.

BYOM - Bring your own mat!

During 2017, Mobile Baykeeper will host a series of Yoga in the Park sessions with instructor Alison Herlihy. We will select a different park each month to promote our natural spaces and encourage healthy communities in Mobile & Baldwin Counties. We will charge participants $10 to participate and can host a maximum of 20 participants per class. Please fill out the form below to reserve your spot today! For more information, please contact Justine Herlihy at jherlihy@mobilebaykeeper.org

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May
13
10:00 AM10:00

CreekFest

Tricentennial Park. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free Admission. 

Join us and other partner organizations to celebrate one of Mobile's most historic waterways - Three-Mile Creek. This is a family-friendly event which offers a cane-pole fishing tournament (Ages 16 and under), live music, hot dogs, kayak rentals, door prizes, and educational exhibits. 

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May
3
12:00 PM12:00

Lunch & Learn: Citizen Concerns 101

May 3rd - 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Mobile Baykeeper Office. 

We need your help to be able to stop pollution and we want to make sure you know the best way to assist us!

 

In this upcoming Lunch & Learn, Baykeeper program staff will walk you through the ins and outs of how to report pollution and other environmental concerns. It will create a sense of awareness with the issues you see, the best ways to notify Mobile Baykeeper staff and regulatory agencies, and potential problems for you to be on the lookout. We'll show you what goes on behind the scenes after we receive a citizen concern, how we work to research and resolve your issues as quickly as we can, and the tools we can provide you to take action of your own.

For more information, please contact Hanlon Walsh at hwalsh@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229.

Lunch will be provided by Cafe 219, please pick your lunch options and sign up using the forms below. Cost is $10 for members and $25 for non-members. 

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Apr
22
10:00 AM10:00

Earth Day Mobile Bay

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Fairhope Pier Park. 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Free Admission. 

Sponsored by the City of Fairhope and Alabama Sierra Club, Earth Day Mobile Bay will host environmental displays and activities, and a wide variety of interactive educational opportunities for children and adults in a family-friendly environment. Live music will be offered. For more information, please visit the Earth Day Mobile Bay Website. 

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Mar
24
6:00 PM18:00

Art of the Bay

Mobile Arts Council. 6 p.m. Tickets: $30

** Space is limited. Reserve your spot today**

Join us at the Mobile Arts Council for "Art of the Bay" as we kick off our 20th Anniversary Celebration. Enjoy wine provided by Red or White Wine & Gourmet Center, appetizers from Naman's Catering, and marvel at the stunning art highlighting the beauty of Mobile Bay. This event will also serve as our Annual Report Party, where we will release our 2016 Annual Report and 20th Anniversary Magazine highlighting the past, present, and future of Mobile Baykeeper. 

The "Art of the Bay" exhibit will last throughout the entire month of March. A portion of proceeds from the sale of exhibit pieces will benefit our efforts for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. For more information, please contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org.

** Special thanks to LaLa Courtney for designing the invitation and cover image for this event.** 


SPECIAL THANKS TO CAM AIR LLC FOR SPONSORING ART OF THE BAY. 

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Mar
7
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy Water Watch -- Fairhope

Sediment pollution in Point Clear Creek flows through Fairhope neighborhoods.

Muddy Water Watch is a program designed to educate volunteers how to monitor and reduce sediment pollution in our waterways;Volunteers will be trained to identify when sites are following good practices and how to report problems to contractors and enforcement agencies when they aren't. By becoming educated on this serious pollution issue citizens also equip themselves to engage in local advocacy efforts to ensure their municipality is prepared to prevent this pollution from occurring. 

 

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