Coastal Alabama Service Learning (CASL)

The Coastal Alabama Service Learning program (CASL—pronounced “castle”) is a learning experience that engages high school students in coastal environmental service projects.  These projects relate to their learning experiences and academic interests with a dual objective: first, to enrich their understanding of biology, marine biology, and conservation content with fieldwork and, second, to connect them with people who work in the environmental community and at local universities.

The CASL program involves high school students in Alabama Coastal Foundation's volunteer opportunities. Whether that is having them educate younger students at one of our elementary age programs or participating in a coastal cleanup, there are ample ways we are connecting these students with the coast! If you're a local high school student interested in being a volunteer or a teacher looking to have your students get involved in giving back then please click here to fill out our volunteer form


Since 1993, the Alabama Coastal Foundation (ACF) has worked to promote a culture where environmental decisions are based on an accurate understanding of the underlying science, the dissemination of factual information, and the engagement of government, industry and citizens to find solutions to Alabama's coastal environmental challenges. We bring that vision into reality through our inclusive environmental stewardship approach.

ACF makes it easy for you to connect to your coast! Keep up to date on events and opportunities to improve and protect Alabama's precious coastal environment.

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All ACF programs exist through the generous support of our members and donors. If you have questions, comments, or concerns about our organization, please let us know!​


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