Eight Alabama counties will join on Friday, April 26, to launch a gateway site for the West Alabama Birding Trail at an event in Lake Lurleen State Park, 13226 Lake Lurleen Road in Coker.
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development is helping launch 20 sites for state bird watching enthusiasts to enjoy along the West Alabama and Wiregrass Birding Trails.
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development has helped organize Halloween haunted attractions in “The Ghosts of the Black Belt” events offered across the region this month.
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development, Alabama Trails Commission and Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs are sponsoring the second annual conference highlighting recreational trails in Alabama on Nov.1-2.
Bird watching enthusiasts from eight Alabama counties will come together Friday, Sept. 21, at 9:30 a.m. in the Tom Bevill Visitor’s Center in Pickensville to launch the West Alabama Birding Trail, thanks to assistance from the UA Center for Economic Development.
A $60,000 grant from the Alabama-Tombigbee Rural Conservation and Development Council to The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development is paying dividends for the southwestern part of the state.
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development is co-sponsoring a Your Town Alabama Inc. leadership workshop June 2-4 at Camp McDowell.
UA Joins Rural Partners to Expand Tourism along Lower Cahaba with Unveiling of Nature-Historic Site Signs
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development in partnership with several agencies will be unveiling a series of signs highlighting Alabama’s natural beauty to guide visitors through a four-county area along the Cahaba River on Friday, Dec. 4.
The University of Alabama has begun the Books for the Alabama Black Belt campaign to collect some 30,000 books for children in the region.