The United Nations has declared 2012 as "The Year of Energy." The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Alabama is recognizing this with a dynamic series of programs that will feature industry leaders in the field of energy. Experts in the area of energy production as well as environmentalists will present a series of programs that promise to be highly informative.
Black Warrior River Keepers Audio
his vital river basin is entirely contained within Alabama, America's #1 state for freshwater biodiversity. Patrolling waterways, educating the public, and holding polluters accountable has made us an important proponent of clean water throughout the basin. The Black Warrior River drains parts of 17 Alabama counties. The area the river drains, its watershed, covers 6,276 square miles in Alabama and measures roughly 300 miles from top to bottom. The Black Warrior River watershed is home to over one million residents and contains 16,145.89 miles of mapped streams