Grants & Education Blog
The latest news involving grant projects and education programs
With over 1,500 people educated, 40 presentations given, and 715 surveys taken since September, SWAMP is off to an amazing start! We are extremely excited to bring watershed awareness and education to Mobile and Baldwin counties and are working hard to reach as many students and citizens as possible.
The team at Mobile Baykeeper is smart enough to never tell you how to vote, but we wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t encourage you to think about clean water before you vote.
Find out the questions to ask yourself and once you know the answers to those questions, make your decision and VOTE.
AmeriCorps Members Angelica Howard and Leslie Revel, also known as the "SWAMP Ladies", recap their first few months at the helm of our rapidly expanding watershed awareness and monitoring program.
Funding will enable Baykeeper to expand watershed education and monitoring program into South Mobile County at Alma Bryant High School.
Funding will enable Baykeeper to expand watershed education and monitoring program into Baldwin County at Fairhope High School.
Funding will allow us to expand our watershed patrol, monitoring, education, outreach, and volunteer recruitment efforts by hiring six part-time AmeriCorps Members for the 2017-2018 program year.