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Fish Guide 2020 | 08/05/2020

Alabama Releases 2020 Fish Consumption Advisories FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 5, 2020 Contact: Nelson Brooke, Black Warrior Riverkeeper, [email protected] BIRMINGHAM, ALA. – Last week, the Alabama Department of Public Health released its annual fish consumption advisories, which highlight the state’s recommended limits on the consumption of different species of fish […]

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Coal Ash Meetings During COVID | 06/25/2020

Alabama Power to Hold Public Meetings on Coal Ash Despite Lack of Public Notice   Black Warrior Riverkeeper Part of Petition for Postponement, Social Distancing and Virtual Option   For Immediate Release: June 25, 2020 Contact: Nelson Brooke, Black Warrior Riverkeeper: [email protected] Birmingham, Ala. – Black Warrior Riverkeeper is raising […]

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Waterkeepers Alabama Animation | 06/22/2020

Waterkeepers Alabama Animated Introduction Michael Lynn Animation Studio and Michael’s interns at Cornerstone College generously donated this 30-second animated introduction for Waterkeepers Alabama, a new regional entity of Waterkeeper Alliance: https://youtu.be/Z4QQ6xV4a4o  

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Statement on Racism | 06/03/2020

Statement on Racism Black Warrior Riverkeeper protects the Black Warrior River watershed for the sake of every person who visits or lives here.  Clean water is essential to everyone, regardless of their ethnicity, beliefs, politics, or anything else.  However, during the course of our work we often see the actions […]

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Tyson Fish Kill | 05/04/2020

Tyson Fish Kill Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s 5/4/20 update: On April 29, 2020, the Alabama Attorney General sued Tyson Farms, Inc. over the June 6, 2019 spill of 220,000 gallons of anaerobic wastewater into Dave Young Spring and the Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River. The spill killed wildlife and […]

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