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AL.com: ‘We still have the opportunity to enjoy what the Alabama coast offers us:’ Interview with Roberta Swann copy

I was at the Baldwin County Planning Commission meeting last night, and one of the big things on my beat, if you will, is tracking this economic development and land development, particularly in Baldwin County, and to a lesser extent in Mobile.


Alabama Public Radio: Bays and Bayous Hosts Scientists, Resource Managers, Students

The Bays and Bayous Symposium was held at the Mobile Convention Center on January 24-25, 2023.

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Fibonnacci comes to Bays and Bayous!

Fibonacci is coming to Bays and Bayous! In a manner of speaking, that is.

NOAA Restore Science

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program is excited to attend the Bays and Bayous Symposium from January 24-25 in Mobile, Alabama.

The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program and partners will host the two-day event, which will include presentations and discussions by local resource managers, scientists, and active participants in watershed stewardship who will share latest understandings of the condition of the lands, waters, and living resources of the northern Gulf of Mexico.

Eastern Shore Watershed

Mobile Bay National Estuary Program Completing Eastern Shore Watershed Study

Christian Miller, of the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, told members of Fairhope City Council the study is intended to not just find the environmental problems created by issues such as growth but also look for solutions.

40 U 40

Jason Kudulis selected for Mobile Bay’s 2023 Class of 40 Under 40

Mobile Bay National Estuary Program's Jason Kudulis selected for Mobile Bay’s 2023 Class of 40 Under 40 in a class of young, local professionals that are raising the bar of success and inspiring optimism for this new year on the Bay.