So What's Your Role?

We need your support in spreading the word about our mission.  If you're interested in helping distribute materials, assist with field surveys, making a tax deductable donation, or you just have a question about water or the content on this site please contact any of the following agencies or individuals.

Allison Jenkins, Alabama Clean Water Partnership - Contact
            Mrs. Jenkins is the executive director of the Alabama Clean Water Partnership and supports the ten Clean Water Partnership River Basin Facilitators. Everyone who lives in Alabama lives in one of these ten river basins. To find out more about activities in your river basin and how to work toward cleaner water, contact Mrs. Jenkins. 

Dr. Pat O'Neil, Geological Survey of Alabama - Contact
            Dr. O’Neil is the director of the Ecosystems Investigations Program at the Geological Survey of Alabama. Dr. O’Neil and his crew have surveyed fish and their habitats all across the state, linking hydrology (properties of water), biology and geology to understand the environment. To learn more about how water quality impacts plants, animals and their habitat or how to volunteer during sampling trips, contact Dr. O’Neil.

Dr. Paul Johnson, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources - Contact
            Dr. Johnson is the Program Supervisor of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center. Rare aquatic species are grown, or cultured, here and then introduced into the wild so that the entire population has a higher chance of surviving. Their mission is to conserve and restore freshwater species in Alabama waters and in turn, restore cleaner water in Alabama's waterways. To learn more about how the Center is helping rare species, contact Dr. Johnson.

Jeff Powell, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Contact
            Mr. Powell is an Aquatic Biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at the Alabama Ecological Services Field Office. Mr. Powell works toward recovering rare species that have been listed or could be listed on the Endangered Species List. To learn more about aquatic species in Alabama or to join in the effort to survey for rare species and their habitat, contact Mr. Powell.