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Scientist in Residence RFQ

The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program seeks qualified individuals, environmental service firms, postdoctoral candidates, scientists in transition, and scientists who have recently retired, to submit for the Science in Residence Professional/Team. A Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process will be used to select an individual or team who can best meet the requirements set forth in this document. Statements of Qualifications (Statements) must be sent to the attention of Roberta Swann at the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, 118 North Royal Street, Suite 601, Mobile, AL 36602, and received no later than 3:00 P.M. Central Time, Thursday, June 1, 2023.

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Western Delta Watershed Management Plan Public Meeting

WESTERN DELTA WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN PUBLIC MEETING: If you live or work in highlighted area on the map, please join us Tuesday, May 9, 2023 at the Robert Hope Community Center, 80 Edwards Street, Mobile, AL.

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Orange Beach Enhances Cotton Bayou Beach Access with Wheelchair Mats

A collaborative effort between the City of Orange Beach Coastal Resources Department, Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, Gulf State Park, Mobi-mat, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, this new addition aims to enhance accessibility for individuals with wheelchairs or limited mobility.


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2019-2023 Comprehensive & Management Plan

Our work affects all the people, businesses, plants and animals that live in the Mobile Bay Estuary. A major component of our work is the creation of a plan, the CCMP, which helps balance the needs of all those things, so that we may all thrive here, now and for generations to come.



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