This week, over 800 oil spill-related experts from academia, state & federal agencies and non-governmental organizations, converge in Mobile to share their latest scientific results at the 2014 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference at Renaissance Hotel.
If you spot tarballs or oily material on the beaches, please call National Response Center at 1-800-424-8802.
When life hands you lemons or spills crud around,
when you canâ€™t right the wrong, then write a song.
‘drink a little poison 4 you die’ Willie Sugarcapps
Gulf Coast News says they’re still finding tarballs on beaches even though BP monitors left. If you see any, please call NRC 800-424-8802.
There are still dramatically high numbers of dolphin strandings and lately dolphin mutilations.
Tens of thoussands of volunteers will descend upon coastal areas to clean up debris, litter and anything else that sullies our lands.
The Mobile County Health Department has lifted the water quality advisory issued on September 4 for Dog
River at the Alba Club.
At the final Gulf Coast Symposium
The Hangout is hosting a massive viewing party of the biggest bout of the year, Monday night’s re-match between Alabama and LSU with plenty of giveaways, including a pair of passes to one of the premiere festivals in the US, Hangout Fest! Roll Tide
Dear New Orleans Compilation; All proceeds this month benefit Gulf Coast Restoration. 31 tracks of collaborations, originals & covers including: Mike Mills, Steve Earle, Brandi Carlile, My Morning Jacket, the Wrens, the Flobots, Nelly McKay, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Bonerama, OK Go, Tom Morello, Wayne Kramer, Indigo Girls….