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Dauphin Island Watershed Management Plan Completed

The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program (MBNEP) announces completion of the Dauphin Island Watershed Management Plan (WMP). The WMP is a comprehensive plan that outlines strategies for protecting and restoring Dauphin Island. Chris Warn of Environmental Science Associates presented an overview of the plan at the MBNEP Project Implementation Committee meeting last week.

Resilience Survey

City of Mobile City-Wide Resilience Assessment and Plan

The goal of this effort is to ensure that Mobile can withstand, adapt, and thrive no matter what challenges the city may face in the future—including, but not limited to, climate change, sea-level rise, and changing social and economic conditions.


Old Becomes New Again in Alabama's Inshore Reef System

The Nature Conservancy teamed up with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR), Mobile County, Dauphin Island Sea Lab, the University of South Alabama and Alabama Gulf Seafood to repurpose material from the shoreline protection project that was deployed in 2011 in Mobile Bay in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Phase 3

Phase 3 of Three Mile Creek Watershed Restoration Project Set to Begin

The City of Mobile will begin work on the first phase of the Three Mile Creek Watershed Restoration project on March 27. This roughly 10-month project will stabilize the existing conditions in Twelve Mile Creek from Museum Drive to University Blvd. to reduce sedimentation, improve water quality and help to protect the area’s marine water resources for future generations.

Mobile County Clean Sweep

Operation Clean Sweep

Mark your calendars for the west Mobile County #OperationCleanSweep, where Mobile County residents can dispose of unwanted items for free. Rid your home of unwanted appliances, computers, printers, household items, yard debris, and more.


Brookley by the Bay Plan Released

The final plan presents a collective vision for Brookley by the Bay, guided by input from community members, local stakeholder organizations, and project partners. The park will be an integral part of Mobile’s continued growth, provide waterfront access to its residents, and showcase some of the city’s most cherished natural resources.