Students On The Watch
How SWAMP’s water-quality monitoring program fosters a sense of responsibility toward our watershed for Mobile’s high-school students.
Causeway Chronicles: Tales From A Storied Parkway
On any given day, you can find a host of fisherman gathered along its shores and concrete shoulders.
You Are What You Eat
Alabama’s statewide Fish Consumption Advisory program lets citizens know which caught fish are safe to eat in your favorite waterways.
The Bay Is Your Oyster
How Admiral Shellfish Company, which sits off Fort Morgan Road, created a world-class oyster farm at the mouth of Mobile Bay.
Seeking Out The Source
Mobile Baykeeper has teamed up with the University of South Alabama to source-track pollution in Dog River in an effort to identify major sources of bacteria.
Breaking The Habit: Mobile’s Kiss-Off To Single-Use Plastic
Mobile Baykeeper’s Reduce The Use campaign strives to improve the health of our waters.
A Talk with Naturalist and Eco-Tour Guide Jimbo Meador
“These people that are moving here, they ain’t got any idea what a paradise we used to have.”
Meet Me At The Jubilee: Appreciating Our Beloved Anomaly
The term “jubilee” evokes a different meaning to the people around Mobile Bay than the rest of the world.
Lessons Of The Lagoon: A Forced Entry Into Fishing
How my grandfather turned me away from fishing, but taught me to love Little Lagoon.
It’s All Connected: A Q&A With Marine Scientist John Lehrter
“We’re all connected to this, and there are limits to growth and how much humans can exploit our resources.”
Breaking Down The Rabby Creek Sewage Spill
The spill, which affected a Dog River tributary, totaled more than 4.6 million gallons of sewage.
Take Action To Protect 86 Acres of Wetlands In The Dog River Watershed
This wetland swath is one of the largest intact wetlands remaining in the Dog River watershed.
Connecting With Oysters In Alabama
The AmeriCorps Patrol Team recently went out to spend a day learning more about oyster farming and the problems oysters face in coastal Alabama.