Mobile Baykeeper

Mobile Baykeeper

Categories

Environmental Management

About Us

Mobile Baykeeper provides citizens a means to protect the beauty, health and heritage of the Mobile Bay Watershed, Alabama's waterways and coastal communities.

Jobs

Development Director
Category: Environment
The Development Director, along with the Membership and Volunteer Coordinator, will assist the Executive Director in raising funds necessary to carry out the mission of Mobile Baykeeper. The Development Director will be responsible for all fundraising efforts through corporate sponsorships, major donor development, general membership development, fundraising events, and local foundation grants. ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(251) 433-4229
Fax:(251) 432-8197
Americrops Baykeeper Patrol
Category: Environment
The Baykeeper Patrol Program researches local pollution problems to improve water quality and reduce impacts from stormwater, sewer, and/or industrial pollution. AmeriCorps Members will work in target areas of Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Core activities include conducting site inspections, patrolling local waterways, investigating citizen concerns, collecting water quality samples, documenting ...read more
Contact: Chad Chapell
Phone:(251) 433-4229
Fax:(251) 432-8197
Americorps Volunteer Program
Category: Environment
The Volunteer Program at Mobile Baykeeper seeks out potential volunteers and cultivates them to become environmental stewards by organizing and providing activities that will enhance our local environment and community. Members in this program will recruit new volunteers, re-engage existing volunteers, and organize strategic and effective intervention activities that cultivate a sense of ...read more
Contact: Chad Chapell
Phone:(251) 433-4229
Fax:(251) 432-8197
Americorps Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program
Category: Education
The Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program (SWAMP) is a public awareness and education campaign and citizen-based environmental monitoring program. Members will educate citizens on watersheds and train citizens to monitor specific waterways so that they are equipped to solve water quality issues in their local watershed. Core activities of the program include: enhancing and tailoring ...read more
Contact: Chad Chapell
Phone:(251) 433-4229
Fax:(251) 432-8197

Rep/Contact Info

Chad Chappell
Membership & Volunteer Coordinator
Rebecca Domangue
Operations Manager
Astoria Jellett
Communications Coordinator
Ilka Porter
Education & Outreach Coordinator