About the Cahaba River Ramble
The Cahaba River Ramble Trail Race, held each spring, is a spectacular 5k and 10-mile trail race along the “biological heart” of Alabama’s longest remaining free-flowing river, the Cahaba, and is the primary annual fundraiser for the Cahaba River Society’s CLEAN Environmental Education Program. Located in the Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge, near the town of West Blocton, while the treasured Cahaba Lilies are in full bloom, the race is certainly one of the most unique running experiences in Alabama.
In conjunction with the Ramble the Cahaba River Society holds the “C the River” Conservation and Education Event – a free & family-friendly series of “Education Rambles” led by some of our region’s premiere nature and wildlife experts including reptiles, a nature walk, and environmental education activities.
Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Check-in/on-site registration begins at 6:30 am. Race begins at 7:30 am. For more information, please contact: Monica Carmichael Director of Development, Cahaba River Society 205-322-5326 x416 email@example.com
Black Warrior River Cruise
Black Warrior River Cruise On Wednesday, June 6, 2012, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm, Black Warrior Riverkeeper will celebrate 10 years
of clean water advocacy with the event “Cruisin’ on the River.” The sunset cruise on the Bama Belle Riverboat in Tuscaloosa features a tour of the Black Warrior River’s Oliver pool. Tickets are on sale now at http://bwrk.eventbrite.com.