All Along the Way - Cahaba River
Cahaba River Society
The Cahaba River — the longest free-flowing river in Alabama — preserves a fragile biodiversity, including an incredible variety of freshwater mussels, turtles, snails, and crayfish, as well as more fish species per mile than any other river in North America. For the past 25 years, the Cahaba River Society has fought against runoff and other threats to the river’s health. The Cahaba Blueway Project is serving to help bring awareness and protection to the river.