Water Festivals

The Alabama Coastal Foundation has been organizing water festivals for fourth graders for 25 years. The purpose of that program is to provide students an opportunity to have fun while learning about the importance of our watersheds, conservation, and the environment through hands-on activities. 


This program is free because of the financial support of the Gulf Coast Resource Conservation and Development Council, the Alabama Coastal Foundation, Mobile County, the Baldwin County Soil and Water Conservation District, the City of Daphne, the City of Fairhope, Riviera Utilities, Daphne Utilities, Wolf Bay Watershed Watch, Baldwin County Sewer Service, Mobile County Soil and Water Conservation District, Alabama Power, and the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System. Have fun!

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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