The Mobile Bay Watershed encompasses 65% of the land area for the state of Alabama, along with portions of Mississippi, Georgia and Tennessee. The watershed is a vast network of over 250 separate waterways, including rivers, bay, creeks, bayous, lakes, cutoffs, branches, and sloughs. The expansive delta is comprised of old growth cypress and lush marshlands and is considered one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in North America. The Bay is approximately 32 miles long and 23 miles across at its widest point.
Casi (kc) Callaway is from Mobile, Alabama, and received a degree in Philosophy and Ecology from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She began working in the environmental field as the Southeastern Regional College Campus Coordinator for Earth Day 1990. As Executive Director & Baykeeper of Mobile Baykeeper, Casi is responsible for coordinating public education; community organizing; research and fundraising. She and her husband, Jarrett, have one amazing son, Coleman.
450 Government Street, Suite 200
Mobile, Alabama 36602