The State of Alabama has many extraordinary gifts of nature. It also has a substantial share of environmental troubles. In order to take better care of those gifts and find a solution for our troubles, each of us must become an informed citizen. The intent of this web page is to provide environmentally related information, both good and bad, about our state. Learning about the issues that ultimately can affect each of us and the lives of our children and grandchildren will help us make informed decisions as citizens of Alabama.
So, where does Alabama rank compared to other states in terms of biodiversity? You may be surprised to find out that Alabama is quite unique and has a lot of natural heritage that needs your help.
The National Wildlife Federation provides some great information about biodiversity here.
Take pride in where you live. Learn about the other living things around you. The future of Alabama's biodiversity depends on you.