New On-Line Store

If you would like to purchase your yearly membership, donate money or sign up for the youth fishing tournament you can now do all of this online at our store. Check it out! Join, re-new or just send us money to monitor our water, educate folks and build scholarships for graduating seniors entering the environment field.

VISIT OUR STORE BY CLICKING THIS LINK!!

Scholarship Recipients Announced

2017 Scholarship Winners. Congratulations to our outstanding students. We wish them the best of luck with their studies.

2016 Winners

Kieran Ryan, Leslie Gahagan, and Katy Hines.

Winners of the yearly scholarships went to Kieran Ryan and Katy Hines. Shown here with Leslie  Gahagan, Board President of Wolf Bay Watershed Watch.

One of our favorite endeavors is to support seniors who will be studying environmental sciences in college. We’re happy to support two this year! Best wishes Kieran and Katy!!

Water Monitor Training

JerryKnaebelMonitorMay 28th, Chemistry 8:30am until 12:30pm. Bacteria 12.30pm to 2:30pm. Instructor: Homer Singleton. Location: City of Foley Wolf Creek Park and Kayak Launch. Wilson Road South from County Road 20 to Hance Lane to sign for park. Questions? Call Homer at 251-943-8945 or 251-979-7721 or email him.

2015 Youth Fishing Rodeo October 24th


Fishing Rodeo 2015

2015 Tournament Rules

Entry Form 2015

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COASTAL CLEANUP SEPTEMBER 19TH 8am – 12 noon. 

Meet at the end of Seabright Road…the old Wolf Bay Lodge site.

The Alabama Coastal Cleanup is part of an international effort to remove marine debris from coastal waters. Alabama joined this effort in 1987.  Since then more than 77,000 volunteers in Alabama have removed a total of 750 tons of debris and cleaned 4,582 miles of coast. The International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is the largest single-day volunteer event for the marine environment. Part of this unique experience is data collection. After years of collecting data on the specific types of marine debris being found, ICC data now focuses on the activities that cause the debris. The Ocean Conservancy compiles, analyzes, and tracks this data year-by-year and site-to-site to identify the activities and general sources of the debris in a region, state, or country.

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To Protect & Preserve Our Watershed