Walker Elementary School in Tuscaloosa County used a Tombigbee RC&D grant to renovate an unattractive area at the school and turn it into a scenic garden area for students to enjoy.
Lamar County High School utilized RC&D funds to replace unsafe, deteriorating bleachers on the softball field with a new aluminum set providing a tremendous asset to the softball program there.
Collette Ray of Tombigbee RC&D conducts an EnviroScape demonstration at the Fayette County Head Start Center to teach young students the importance of protecting our vital supply of clean water.
Alabama State Representatives, Cam Ward (3rd from left), and April Weaver (speaking), were on hand at the Bibb County Career Academy May 8th, to commemorate the partnership of 5 Alabama RC&D Councils to provide funding to purchase shipping containers to be sent to Honduras for use as mobile classrooms.
Tombigbee RC&D hosted a Grant Writing Workshop by Santicola & Company to assist
local residents aspiring to improve grant writing skills.
Tombigbee RC&D Board members discuss business at a recent Quarterly Meeting in
Jeremiah's Garden in Tuscaloosa was awarded RC&D funds to drill a well
outfitted with pump to provide a constant water source for the community
garden which supplies vegetables and fruits to needy families and food banks in the area.
The Town of Pickensville, Alabama utilized RC&D funds to purchase iPads
w/software to provide technology access to the citizens of the town.
Susan Wesson conducts a Honeybee Demo at Crestmont Elementary to
acquaint students with the vital process of plant pollination facilitated by honeybees.
Sumter County Commission members, Anthony Crear and Marcus Campbell, along with
UWA Professor, Dr. Mustafa Morsy, were among the attendees of the Tombigbee RC&D
Alabama State Representative, Ralph Howard, along with AARCD Chairman, William Hodge
and Executive Director, Mike Roden, enjoy a few moments of conversation at the Tombigbee RC&D Annual Meeting.
Sumter County Board Member, Dr. Lee Stanton, accepts a plaque from Tombigbee RC&D Chairman,
Don Sherrod, for Mr. Edward 'Gump' Ozment, honoring his 7 years of service to the Council
from Sumter County.
The University of West Alabama utilized RC&D Funds to host
the 6th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium for students
engaged in an independent study with a faculty mentor.
The Bibb County Chamber of Commerce was awarded
RC&D funds to stabilize, repair and paint the historic Depot
Hale County Natural Resource Council utilized RC&D funds to sponsor forums and tour of Alabama Treasure Forest. Touring Gordon Fennel’s TREASURE Forest in Leighton in Colbert County was a highlight of the Alabama TREASURE Forest Association annual meeting Oct. 27.
Living River: A Retreat on the Cahaba, Inc. utilized RC&D funds to restabilize an existing eroding, unsafe canoe ramp on the Cahaba with a more stable version giving ease of public access while maintaining a light environmental footprint.
Carrollton Public Library in Pickens County was awarded RC&D funds to purchase computers, toner and software to provide citizen access to online services.
"All programs and assistance of the RC&D Council are available without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status. RC&D is an equal opportunity provider and employer."
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