Category: Alabama Interest

Dr. Scot Duncan To Speak In Huntsville

Dr. Scot Duncan, Associate Professor of Biology and Urban Studies at Birmingham-Southern University, will speak at the Upper School Lecture Hall of Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Dr. Duncan, author of Southern Wonder: Alabama’s Surprising Biodiversity,

Renee Morrison Nominated for Roosevelt-Ashe Conservation Award

UPDATE: She won! Wild South’s press release can be found here. Congratulations, Renee! ASHEVILLE, NC – Regional conservation non-profit Wild South announced today the Nominee Finalists for its 6th Annual Roosevelt-Ashe Conservation Awards. The awards will recognize and honor outstanding

Hike the Sipsey with Botanist Kevin England

On May 3, botanist Kevin England will lead a teaching hike on Thompson Creek for Environmental Education Association of Alabama and Wild South.  The focus of the hike will be ecology (climate, geology, habitat, aspect, etc.), spring ephemerals and ferns. 

Outstanding Environmental Educator!

Heather Montgomery, past President of EEAA and Educational Coordinator of McDowell Environmental Center(MEC), was awarded the prestigious Roosevelt Ashe Outstanding Educator in Conservation for 2013. Heather has been a leader in Environmental Education for almost 20 years. She began her

A Spider Named for You?

New species of flora and fauna are being discovered all the time, and they have to be given a name by someone, don’t they? Auburn University’s Office of Communication and Marketing posted an article about Dr. Jason Bond and his

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