September 2018: Rust never sleeps

September 2018: Progress along Birmingham’s Village Creek

September 2018: Why you should attend Land Aid 2018

August 2018: Adaptive reuse blossoms in Birmingham with Rotary Trail

August 2018: Give back to your community, join Freshwater Land Trust’s adopt-a-trail initiative

July 2018: Alabama’s unsung hero, the outdoor industry is responsible for 135,000 jobs

July 2018: Streambank restoration in mind for Shades Creek, Cahaba River

June 2018: How 750 miles of trails are connecting Birmingham

June 2018: Freshwater Land Trust “Too Hot To Hike tour” explored three trails last Saturday

June 2018: Watercress darter: Endangered fish found only in Jefferson County

June 2018: “Urban Oasis”: Endangered fish habitat restored at Roebuck Springs in Birmingham

June 2018: Freshwater Land Trust and partners restore watercress darter habitat

May 2018: Kiwanis celebrates 100 years, funds new park at Vulcan

March 2018: Birmingham to modernize, improve transportation network with complete streets

March 2018: Birmingham’s ultimate bucket list, the Red Rock Trail System

November 2017: Endangered Alabama fish expands its range after dam removal

November 2017: Saving one of the rarest fish on earth

September 2017: Interview with Freshwater Land Trust Director Libba Vaughan

November 2016: Birmingham Kiwanis Club commits $4 million to Vulcan Park trail expansion, light show

October 2016: Freshwater Land Trust’s new executive director aims to keep the magic in Birmingham

September 2016: Libba Vaughan of the Freshwater Land Trust: FACES of Birmingham

May 2016: New Birmingham park, bike trail opens on May 7

April 2016: Trails, bike lanes, and sidewalks from Birmingham to Brookside making Red Rock Trail System reality