Countdown to Session

We’re just one day away from the start of the 2018 state legislative session here in Alabama. At noon tomorrow, January 9, legislators will convene in Montgomery and session will begin.


Conservation Alabama’s goal is to make it easy for you to follow the legislature’s work and the bills that could impact our natural resources. Whether you’re a casual observer or a political junkie, we have a way for you to stay plugged in:

Conservation Alabama’s Bill Tracker: The legislation we’re following this session can be easily accessed through our Bill Tracker. See quick summaries of the bills or read the full text, track their progress through the legislature and see how your elected officials voted. This is a great way to check in on session and get as much information as you need at a glance.

The Hot List: If you want weekly updates on session delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for The Hot List. This email gives you a detailed look at the bills Conservation Alabama is tracking, and also highlights opportunities for you to get involved in the legislative process.

Action Alerts: Your voice is often our most effective tool in protecting Alabama’s natural resources. By sending Action Alerts at critical moments, we can demonstrate the support that our environment enjoys so that legislators know their constituents care. You can subscribe to receive Action Alerts via email so that you never miss a chance to speak up for our state.

Our blog: Every week during session, we publish a blog post right here to update you on what happened in Montgomery and preview what’s in the works for the following week.

If you have questions about session or our work in Montgomery, feel free to contact us.

See you on Goat Hill!


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