Stories

Pipe Dreams: Inside Alabama’s Surf Scene

If the surf scene in Alabama is about anything, it’s about camaraderie.
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The Waves We Leave Behind

When we look back on our life, will we be proud to see the waves we’ve left behind, like Sallie Smith and Carol Adams-Davis?
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Life Down the Bay: Looking Back at a Lifetime on the Water

"My children and my grandchildren now have grown up swimming in the same water I did."
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Thoroughbreds, Bay Breezes, and Frenzied Betting: A History of Magnolia Race Course

The course stood along Mobile Bay’s shoreline on Bay Shell Road.
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The Clay in Our Veins

Zach Sierke taps into the geology and history of the Alabama coast to create his wild clay pottery.
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Alabama’s Abysmal Environmental Record

Our elected representatives have the ability to start respecting environmental norms.
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It Just Keeps Rolling: The Outdoorsman Seafood and Feed

The Outdoorsman weathers change to provide Delta residents with fresh seafood.
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A Seat at the Table: Salty Pirates Seafood Wants to Give Alabama Seafood Workers a Voice

“I want to preserve this more than anyone does. It’s my livelihood."
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Last Shop Standing: Hooked Up by the Bay on the Causeway

Hooked Up by the Bay is the last remaining bait shop on the Causeway.
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A Visit with The Hummingbird Way’s Jim Smith

What happens when the state's former Executive Chef opens a restaurant in Mobile’s Oakleigh Garden District?
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Recipe: Oysters Casino at The Hummingbird Way

This article is from the winter edition of Mobile Baykeeper’s print quarterly, CURRENTS. The magazine is mailed to active members who have given more than $50 in the past year. To get on the magazine’s mailing list, donate here. Recipe courtesy The Hummingbird Way | Photo by Elizabeth Gelineau Ingredients Breadcrumbs Method: In a medium rondo, render […]
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Blood, Sweat, And Oysters: Restoring Our Wild Oyster Reefs One Garden At a Time

The health status of our oyster populations is inextricably tied to the health of the Bay.
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Take Me To the River: The Africatown Connections Blueway

The Africatown Blueway trail aims to reconnect the community with its native waterways.
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American Pie: Chatting Up a Lower Delta Legend

The proprietor of Cloverleaf Landing, Lucy “Pie” Hollings, or “Miss Pie,” is a pillar of the river-folk community.
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Not Just Weeds: USA’s Charlie Martin on the Importance of Seagrass

"A major goal of my research program is to figure out better ways to restore, protect, and conserve these ecosystems."
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