Videos

A short film shown at our annual Bay Awakening breakfast highlighting our work for clean water, clean air, and healthy communities and inspiring citizens to become more engaged in our work through a series of interviews with a variety of community members from the private, public, and nonprofit sector. 

The Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program (SWAMP) is an education and monitoring program to broaden the understanding of watersheds, water quality and how citizens impact the two. The program begins by educating students on watersheds, training them to monitor specific waterways and collaborating to solve pollution problems as they are discovered.

A tribute to Mobile Baykeeper's Executive Director & Baykeeper, Casi (kc) Callaway, for 18 wonderful years of leadership at Mobile Baykeeper. Here's to 18 more!

#ReduceTheUse: We released this video on Earth Day (Friday, April 22) to begin a major campaign to #ReducetheUse of single-use plastic straws, bottles, and bags. We are asking local businesses and individuals to reduce their usage of these items and consider alternatives when possible. Participants are encouraged to post to social media with the hasthtags #HoldTheStraw, #BYOBottle, and #BYOBag. Learn more about this campaign here. 

5/23/16: Mobile Baykeeper's plan to increase positive outcomes for local youth by getting them engaged with their local waterways through education and outdoor excursions!

5/17/16: Hype Video for the 2016 Publix Grandman Triathlon. Are YOU a Grandman? Prove it. 

We launched the #40days40pieces campaign this past Lent to encourage community members to keep our waterways and streets free of litter! 

4/5/16: Meet Membership Coordinator Laura Stone and learn about her life journeys from Arizona to Alabama in her #bayblog post - "My Circle of Life"

1/28/16: Executive Director & Baykeeper Casi (kc) Callaway speaks to a packed house at Government Street Presbyterian Church about the work we do and encourages them to make a difference. 

9/15/15: A Call to Educate reflects on Mobile Baykeeper's journey of developing and implementing restoration after the BP oil spill and our next goal to establish a strong position in education and outreach. "We cannot let the lesson be lost!