Web Sites and Link
Alabama Chapter of the Sierra ClubIncludes annual retreats, current activities, how to join, local groups, Alabama lawmakers, links of interest and contact information.
Alabama Coastal CleanupAnnual event. Lists sponsors, cleanup zones, and times.
Alabama Department of Environmental ManagementADEM administers all major federal environmental laws, including the Clear Air, Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water acts and federal solid and hazardous waste laws.
Alabama Environmental CouncilA statewide, non-profit, citizen-led organization committed to the protection and enhancement of our state's natural resources and environment.
Alabama Environmental SpectrumConcerned with the Alabama environment, environmental law enforcement, environmental regulations, Alabama politicians, A.D.E.M. and the EPA.
Alabama Forestry Information and DataContains articles, publications, reviews and links about Alabama forests, conservation and management.
Alabama Live's State Parks PageFeatures information about outdoor attractions, covered bridges and welcome centers. Includes special interest links, park and recreation sites and a clickable image map.
Alabama People against a Littered State (PALS)Partnership comprised of state and local governments, civic groups, the law enforcement community, business and industry, and individuals. Includes information about programs, events, and sponsors.
Alabama Rivers AllianceNon-profit organization working to protect clean, healthy waters. Includes history, programs, staff and contact information.
Alabama Water WatchA statewide, citizen volunteer water quality monitoring program. Includes water data, information about the association and its citizens groups.
Bama Environmental NewsA resource for environmental and statewide news. Includes archived editions and links to most of Alabama's newspapers, radio's and TV stations.
Checklist of the Amphibians and Reptiles of AlabamaComplete checklist with scientific and English names.
Dog River WatershedA project maintained by students at the University of South Alabama who are studying problems related to water quality. Includes project reports and research.
Friends of the Locust Fork RiverA grassroots organization dedicated to preserving the integrity of this waterway. Includes information on the river, outings, photos, annual festival, Riverwatch data, membership and contact details.
Geological Survey of AlabamaOfficial site for agency gathering data on natural resources and conducting basic and applied research. Links and news.
GPS TreksPosts GPS coordinates for use in the outdoors, starting with the Sipsey Wilderness Area in the Bankhead National Forest in northwest Alabama.
Grassroots DirectoryListing of environmental organizations in Alabama.
Nature Conservancy Alabama ChapterTogether with members and conservation partners, The Nature Conservancy has protected over 110,000 acres of critical natural lands in Alabama. Includes contact details, protected places, field trips, events, press releases and volunteer information.
Robinsong Ecological ResourcesNatural resources management consultants specializing in wetland mitigation banking, wildlife habitat, and watershed assessment, design and restoration.
Stop Ugliness - Keep Alabama the BeautifulIllustrates the visual decline the state is experiencing and calls for new laws to regulate billboards and protect the scenic environment.
Water CourseAn Alabama Power Foundation Inc. initiative. Exhibits feature: hydroelectric generation, Alabama's river systems, water quality and environmental issues, water conservation, fish and plant life in Alabama's rivers, recreational opportunities and water safety, timber management.
Wildflowers of AlabamaIncludes information about flowers, their common name, Latin name, seasonal index, slide show, searchable database, links and photographs.
WildLawA non-profit environmental law firm defending National Forests, public lands, endangered species, and protection of waters, wetlands and coastal areas by enforcing the environmental laws through citizen action.