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The new “Save the Cahaba” tag
is now available! More information HERE

CRS is hiring a Communications/Office Manager
For the past 18 years if you’ve called CRS, Kim Adams, our indispensable and hard-working Office Manager, probably was the first person to help you. Kim has moved to Arizona for family reasons, and we miss her and wish her the best.  Along with our new Director of Development, this gives CRS an opportunity to continue with a strong team for member services, communication, and development. Click to find out more about the position and how to apply.

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With your help, this has been a fruitful year for the Cahaba River Society, full of hope and increasing support for your Cahaba River! CRS is a small and strong organization that multiplies our impact through our partners and members. We thank you all!

 

Learn more in this annual report about the progress we can celebrate together,

the challenges and opportunities ahead, and the fun,

rewarding ways you can help save the Cahaba.

For information about the Waters Of The U.S. (WOTUS), and to read CRS’s comments on it, please go HERE.

Please see Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s efforts to stop Shepherd Bend Mine HERE.
Read CRS’s comments on Shepherd Bend Mine HERE.

For information on Jefferson County Sewer overflows in your community, visit the Jefferson County Sanitary Sewer Overflow Advisories Page.

To report a problem, please contact CRS at (205) 322-5326, and we’ll gladly assist.

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