How can I make my community and North Alabama a better place to live, work and play for my children and grandchildren? That question was the genesis of the Resource Conservation and Development Council’s founding fathers in 1973 and is the heart of who and what we are today. We are a volunteer community led force in eight counties in North Alabama working to make things happen for the common good. AMRV RC&D is proud to serve the following counties: Cullman, Dekalb, Jackson, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, and Morgan.
It’s hard to believe but it is time to fill out the applications for 2015 projects. Applications will be accepted starting April 15, 2014- July 1, 2014. Email is the preferred method of sending them in. Remember……..you can’t spend funds on your project until after October 1, 2014. Notice of adoption will go out […]
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Eco tourism Mike Roden discussing the impact of Eco Tourism on WaterWorks Center for Environmental Education with Representatives of Alabama Scenic River Trail and Senator Arthur Orr.
Thank you all for taking time from your busy schedules to make this a great meeting. We had 86 registered that morning! A big THANK YOU to Kathy Walker, Suzanne Baucome and Youlanda Caudle for taking care of registration. Lunch was good and the trees were beautiful. Our next meeting will be in January.