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This Friday, June 1, marks the start of the 2018 hurricane season and Alabama has already experienced an early taste of what may be in store.
Subtropical Storm Alberto brought heavy rains and gusty winds as it pushed through the state on Tuesday.
This outdoor recreation area features 7,155 acres of beautiful bottomland forest along the Sipsey River.
The Open Woods Weeks are scheduled for June 15-24, July 13-22, August 10-19, and September 7-16.
During a hurricane: * Seek shelter in a sturdy building, away from windows and doors. Check perishable foods and tap water for contamination.
* Monitor your weather radio for updates and reports. If there is a power outage or downed line, call Alabama Power’s automated reporting system at 1-800-888-APCO (2726) or report it online at Stay clear of damaged and fallen trees where a downed line may be hidden. For more information about storm safety, visit or the National Weather Service Hurricane Preparedness Week 2018 website, https://
After a decade of relative quiet, last year’s hurricane season closed with three devastating storms – Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria – which caused widespread damage in Texas, the Florida Keys and Puerto Rico. Damage estimates mark the 2017 season as the costliest in U. history, with more than 0 billion of losses – far surpassing 2005, the year of Hurricane Katrina.
Please contact Mandee Carrier at 205-652-5105 to be added to the list.
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) State Lands Division has scheduled four Open Woods Weeks at the Forever Wild Sipsey River Complex located in Tuscaloosa County near Buhl, Ala.
ADCNR promotes wise stewardship, management and enjoyment of Alabama’s natural resources through four divisions: Marine Resources, State Lands, State Parks, and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. Marion 4-H Just wanted to let you all know that these summer events are open to all youth ages 9-18.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) annually updates fish consumption advisories based on data collected the preceding fall by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM).