Dec
16
8:00 am08:00

Staff Work Day

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join us outside at Ruffner for a day of clearing, planting, landscaping, and more as we continue our work to install new habitats and expand Ruffner green space. 

If you plan to attend you can sign up below and please be sure to fill out a waiver. 

WAIVER

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Dec
19
9:00 am09:00

Fresh Air Family Winter Camp

 

Gross Out Camp 

Wings, Walks, Suet, and Scat: What I like about That

Come and learn about adaptations, winter survival, tracks and scats and the animals of Ruffner Mountain. See how animals survive winter and learn to read the stories their tracks can tell. It may not snow much in the deep south, but winter plays an important role with our native plants and animals. 

December 19th – 23rd Monday – Friday

9am – 5pm

Before and after care for $25, 8am – 6pm

Ages: 7 - 11

Location: Ruffner Mountain

Cost: $200 Fresh Air Family Members

          $225 Non-members

Contact: Fresh Air Family-  Taylor Steele, Director of Programs @ 777-7446, or email tsteele@freshairfamily.org

 

Dec
19
Dec 23

Gross Out Camp: Wings, Walks, Suet, and Scat: What I Like about That

December 19-23, 2016, M-F, 9 am - 5 pm,

Before and after care for $25, 8 am-6pm

Location: Ruffner Mountain  www.freshairfamily.org

Cost for the program: $225/$200 members of Fresh Air Family

Ages: 7-11

Come and learn about adaptations, winter survival, tracks and scats and the animals of Ruffner Mountain. See how animals survive winter and learn to read the stories their tracks can tell. It may not snow much in the deep south, but winter plays an important role with our native plants and animals. 

Contact: Taylor Steele, Director of Programs @ 777-7446, or email 

REGISTER HERE

Dec
20
9:00 am09:00

Fresh Air Family Winter Camp

Gross Out Camp 

Wings, Walks, Suet, and Scat: What I like about That

Come and learn about adaptations, winter survival, tracks and scats and the animals of Ruffner Mountain. See how animals survive winter and learn to read the stories their tracks can tell. It may not snow much in the deep south, but winter plays an important role with our native plants and animals. 

December 19th – 23rd Monday – Friday

9am – 5pm

Before and after care for $25, 8am – 6pm

Ages: 7 - 11

Location: Ruffner Mountain

Cost: $200 Fresh Air Family Members

          $225 Non-members

Contact: Fresh Air Family - Taylor Steele, Director of Programs @ 777-7446, or email tsteele@freshairfamily.org

Dec
21
9:00 am09:00

Fresh Air Family Winter Camp

Gross Out Camp 

Wings, Walks, Suet, and Scat: What I like about That

Come and learn about adaptations, winter survival, tracks and scats and the animals of Ruffner Mountain. See how animals survive winter and learn to read the stories their tracks can tell. It may not snow much in the deep south, but winter plays an important role with our native plants and animals. 

December 19th – 23rd Monday – Friday

9am – 5pm

Before and after care for $25, 8am – 6pm

Ages: 7 - 11

Location: Ruffner Mountain

Cost: $200 Fresh Air Family Members

          $225 Non-members

Contact: Fresh Air Family - Taylor Steele, Director of Programs @ 777-7446, or email tsteele@freshairfamily.org

Dec
22
9:00 am09:00

Fresh Air Family Winter Camp

Gross Out Camp 

Wings, Walks, Suet, and Scat: What I like about That

Come and learn about adaptations, winter survival, tracks and scats and the animals of Ruffner Mountain. See how animals survive winter and learn to read the stories their tracks can tell. It may not snow much in the deep south, but winter plays an important role with our native plants and animals. 

December 19th – 23rd Monday – Friday

9am – 5pm

Before and after care for $25, 8am – 6pm

Ages: 7 - 11

Location: Ruffner Mountain

Cost: $200 Fresh Air Family Members

          $225 Non-members

Contact: Fresh Air Family - Taylor Steele, Director of Programs @ 777-7446, or email tsteele@freshairfamily.org

Dec
23
9:00 am09:00

Fresh Air Family Winter Camp

Gross Out Camp 

Wings, Walks, Suet, and Scat: What I like about That

Come and learn about adaptations, winter survival, tracks and scats and the animals of Ruffner Mountain. See how animals survive winter and learn to read the stories their tracks can tell. It may not snow much in the deep south, but winter plays an important role with our native plants and animals. 

December 19th – 23rd Monday – Friday

9am – 5pm

Before and after care for $25, 8am – 6pm

Ages: 7 - 11

Location: Ruffner Mountain

Cost: $200 Fresh Air Family Members

          $225 Non-members

Contact: Fresh Air Family - Taylor Steele, Director of Programs @ 777-7446, or email tsteele@freshairfamily.org

Jan
13
8:00 am08:00

Staff Work Day

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join us outside at Ruffner for a day of clearing, planting, landscaping, and more as we continue our work to install new habitats and expand Ruffner green space. 

If you plan to attend you can sign up below and please be sure to fill out a waiver. 

WAIVER

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Apr
1
10:00 am10:00

Guided Hike: Spring Wildflowers

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Come enjoy the spring beauty offered by the countless wildflowers on the Mountain. Our own Michelle Reynolds will guide you down the trail, while sharing her vast wildflower knowledge. 

May
27
9:00 am09:00

Alabama Folk Association Presents: Quilt the Forest

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join textile artist and nature enthusiast, Michelle Reynolds, for this fun quilt block workshop. Design, cut, layer, and stitch to make a one-of-a-kind fabric-art block to take home.  The event is FREE, open to people of all ages, and no experience is necessary to participate.

Find inspiration in nature, develop ideas, and learn to tell a story through art. Using fabric and appliqué techniques, you will combine color, pattern, and texture to create a square.  Enjoy camaraderie of fellow participants and explore techniques that work for you. Fabric and supplies will be provided.  

In accordance with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, all programs of the AFA are held in venues that meet these standards.  Special accommodations will be made for persons with visual, hearing, or other disabilities upon request.

Creating nature-inspired art from recycled fabrics and telling stories through her writing, teaching, and through her story quilts, Michelle Reynolds strives to weave together lessons in sustainability and appreciation for the natural world.  In addition, she is a columnist for Alabama Gardener, native plant specialist, and contributes to numerous organizations and community projects dedicated to conservation, education, and enjoying the great outdoors.

Jul
23
Jul 31

Moth Week

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Dec
1
11:30 am11:30

Donald Kroodsma, Bird Song Specialist

  • Protective Life Corporation

Birmingham Audubon Event

Donald Kroodsma is respected for his career as a scientist studying birdsong. When he and his son planned a continental trip by bicycle, the challenge was whether to ride from the Atlantic to Pacific or vice versa. Their final decision was influenced by beginning with spring in Virginia and Kentucky and ending in the cool Rockies later in the summer having “birds singing with us all across the continent.”

As the Sessions Speaker, Kroodsma will share stories from “Listening to a Continent Sing” as well as his birdsong research on December 1, 2016.  His visit is made possible by Protective Life Corporation, sponsor of the 70th Birmingham Audubon Annual Banquet. Register below for the evening banquet and Kroodsma’s presentation at Protective Life Corporation below.  A limited number of seats are also available for a mid-day Birmingham Audubon Lunch & Learn with Kroodsma at Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve. This program will run from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM.  Registration is required for both events.

The ornithologist is a lifelong scientist whose work has been recognized by organizations including the American Ornithologists’ Union, the American Birding Association and the Wilson Ornithological Society. He is the author of four books focused on birdsong. Kroodsma will be signing books during the social hour preceding dinner. Banquet attendees will also be able to purchase a copy of “Listening to the Continent Sing” from Books-a-Million staff before dinner. For more information, contact Carolyn Henshaw: chenshaw@birminghamaudubon.org or 205-719-3678, ext. 1.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Protective Life Corporation, Grand Bay Dining Room

$42/attendee

5:30 PM: Book signing & reception, cash bar

6:30 PM: Dinner & presentation

To Register for the lunch and learn and/or the evening banquet: http://birminghamaudubon.org/donald-kroodsma-bird-song-specialist-in-birmingham-december-1/

Dec
1
8:30 am08:30

2016 Food & Farm Forum: Livingston (West)

  • University of West Alabama

WHAT:  Regional Food & Farm Forums -- Guided tour, lunch, roundtable discussions, networking, exhibits, and more!

WHO:  Farmers, aspiring farmers, gardeners, and ANYONE concerned with sustainable/traditional practices (like seed saving and herbal medicine), environmental justice, community health, alternative economies, rural development, and/or grassroots organizing!

COST: FREE for all tribal members. Otherwise $5 for ASAN members, $20 for nonmembers.

 

Registration required. Open to all! Child care provided.  Scholarships available.

MORE INFO, including links to register, is at http://asanonline.org/RFFF16.

Nov
25
8:00 am08:00

Staff Work Day

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join us outside at Ruffner for a day of clearing, planting, landscaping, and more as we continue our work to install new habitats and expand Ruffner green space. 

If you plan to attend you can sign up below and please be sure to fill out a waiver. 

WAIVER

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Nov
13
1:00 pm13:00

Mining History Hike at Ruffner Mountain

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join Gary Bostany on a hike at Ruffner Mountain while learning the history and its early beginnings. View some of the mining relics, iron-ore crushers— learn their purpose, and view mine openings that visitors rarely get to see. Learn about the extended railroad system “the old mineral railroad” that serviced Ruffner and the rest of Red Mountain.

Ruffner Mountain was once home to the Sloss-Sheffield Mines where iron-ore and limestone were extracted and sent to the blast furnaces at Sloss. Discover Ruffner’s role in the mining heyday of Birmingham while exploring these sites and artifacts up close.

The hike is approximately three miles total, usually about 3.5 hours, with moderate inclines and slopes. The hike will take us to Mine Site #3, and the Quarry. Adults and children ten and up are welcome. We will meet at the Nature Center. Please bring water and snacks to eat along the trail.  Registration required ahead of time (registration form below). Also please download our waiver form and email it to christine@ruffnermountain.org, or you can bring it with on the day of the hike. 

YOUTH WAIVER

ADULT WAIVER

Gary Bostany is a volunteer educational docent at Vulcan Park and Museum, and a history buff regarding Birmingham’s early days of the making of Iron and steel. The hikes will be rescheduled in case of inclement weather.

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Nov
5
Nov 6

Moss Rock Festival 2016

  • Moss Rock Preserve

On the first full weekend in November, The Preserve in Hoover, Alabama will be a regional focus for art, design & environmental lovers everywhere as the 11th annual Moss Rock Festival kicks off. This one-of-a-kind outdoor fall festival welcomes 12,000 visitors annually to explore Nature, Art+Design, and SmartLIVING themes. We guarantee it will be a weekend where discoveries are the norm! Grab friends and family and get outside to explore nature at Alabama's premier eco-creative festival.

For more information visit http://www.mossrockfestival.com.

Oct
29
10:00 am10:00

Miner's Hike at Ruffner Mountain

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join Gary Bostany on a hike at Ruffner Mountain while learning the history and its early beginnings. View some of the mining relics, iron-ore crushers— learn their purpose, and view mine openings that visitors rarely get to see. Learn about the extended railroad system “the old mineral railroad” that serviced Ruffner and the rest of Red Mountain.

Ruffner Mountain was once home to the Sloss-Sheffield Mines where iron-ore and limestone were extracted and sent to the blast furnaces at Sloss. Discover Ruffner’s role in the mining heyday of Birmingham while exploring these sites and artifacts up close.

The hike is approximately three miles total, usually about 3.5 hours, with moderate inclines and slopes. The hike will take us to Mine Site #3, and the Quarry. Adults and children ten and up are welcome. We will meet at the Nature Center. Please bring water and snacks to eat along the trail.  Registration required ahead of time (registration form below). Also please download our waiver form and email it to christine@ruffnermountain.org, or you can bring it with on the day of the hike. 

YOUTH WAIVER

ADULT WAIVER

Gary Bostany is a volunteer educational docent at Vulcan Park and Museum, and a history buff regarding Birmingham’s early days of the making of Iron and steel. The hikes will be rescheduled in case of inclement weather.

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone

 

 

 

 

Oct
28
8:30 am08:30

2016 Regional Food & Farm Forum: Nauvoo (Central & NW)

  • Camp McDowell

WHAT:  Regional Food & Farm Forums -- Guided tour, lunch, roundtable discussions, networking, exhibits, and more!

WHO:  Farmers, aspiring farmers, gardeners, and ANYONE concerned with sustainable/traditional practices (like seed saving and herbal medicine), environmental justice, community health, alternative economies, rural development, and/or grassroots organizing!

COST: FREE for all tribal members. Otherwise $5 for ASAN members, $20 for nonmembers.

 

Registration required. Open to all! Child care provided.  Scholarships available.

MORE INFO, including links to register, is at http://asanonline.org/RFFF16.

Oct
27
6:00 pm18:00

BUTS Thursday Evening Ruffner Runs

Birmingham Ultra Trail Society (BUTS) conducting evening runs on Ruffner Mountain every Thursday starting at 6PM.  Typically low numbers of runners (>10) but may increase over time.  Trails and route TBD by trip leader each week.  All runners should wear headlight or bring secondary light source.  Off-use trails will be assigned by Ruffner's Land Manager, J. Nobles.  Jeff and Hunter will also be issued a key for the Back Porch restrooms.

Event contact: 
Hunter Lane (1st and 3rd Thursdays)
hunter@newtonrunning.com
cell: 615-440-7577
Jeff Cornelius (most Thursdays)

Ruffner contact: J. Nobles
jamie@ruffnermountain.org
cell: 205-789-9141

Oct
16
4:30 pm16:30

Ruffner Mountain and Alabama Wildflower Society Present: The First Annual Marty Hike

Join us on Sunday, October 16, at 4:30 PM for our first annual wine and cheese hike to honor Marty Schulman, a long-time champion of Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve, and one of its most beloved naturalists. This is a great opportunity to meet and hang out with someone who knows the mountain like the back of his hand, and he may even share a story or two. Come out and let Marty guide you to one of his favorite spots on Ruffner Mountain. Once there, we will take in the majestic beauty of Birmingham. We hope to see you there

Rain Date: Sunday, October 23

Oct
15
8:30 am08:30

The Science and Art of Green Roofs

Instructors:Ed Snodgrass, Proprietor, Emory Knoll Farms, Inc., Maryland
Julie Price, Ph.D., Sustainability Coordinator, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Friday, October 14|8:30-4:30 p.m. 
Saturday, October 15|8:30-12:30 p.m.
Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens and other locations
Members:  $110 | Non-Members $125
 

All over the world, more and more green roofs are being installed on a variety of structures - ranging from dog houses and garden sheds to large industrial complexes. Replacing bare roof-tops with live plants accomplishes many purposes, among them: reducing the costs of power by forming a “natural” layer of insulation to regulate building temperatures; prevention of water run-off; aesthetics of plants, rather than bare surfaces; habitat for many living organisms, especially pollinators.
This event will begin in the classroom where participants will learn the basics of green roof design, installation and maintenance. Plant selection will be discussed and images of many green roofs around the world will be shown. The class will then go to a site nearby where we will have a hands-on experience planting a green roof!
The following morning, we will visit several green roofs in Birmingham, each very different in scope. 
 

CLASS CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
Refunds (minus a $15 processing fee) given if notification is made at least 10 business days prior to class start date. (You are always welcome to send another person under your registration if you cannot attend.) A $15 processing fee will be charged for class transfers at any time. We reserve the right to cancel classes due to lack of participation; if we cancel a class as such, we will issue a full refund. Please be aware that we strive to hold classes regardless of weather, so plan accordingly. In the unlikely event a class has to be cancelled due to inclement weather, we will attempt to notify you, and a refund (minus a $15 processing fee) will be issued.

Sign up here: http://www.bbgardens.org/the-science-and-art-of-green-roofs-new-elective.php

Oct
15
8:00 am08:00

Gosse Nature Walk #2

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Join Dr. Ansel Payne for the second event in our new Gosse Nature Walk series. GNW #2 takes us to Ruffner Mountain Nature Center for a morning of birds, geology, pollinators, and more. Meet up is at 8 a.m. in the main parking lot (GPS: 33.558207, -86.707493). As always, Gosse Nature Walks are free and open to the public; just be sure to bring water, snacks, walking shoes, and seasonally appropriate attire. Cameras are also a great idea! (We can provide a limited number of binoculars and field guides, but encourage you to bring your own, if you have them.) Hope to see you there!

Oct
14
8:30 am08:30

The Science and Art of Green Roofs

Instructors:Ed Snodgrass, Proprietor, Emory Knoll Farms, Inc., Maryland
Julie Price, Ph.D., Sustainability Coordinator, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Friday, October 14|8:30-4:30 p.m. 
Saturday, October 15|8:30-12:30 p.m.
Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens and other locations
Members:  $110 | Non-Members $125
 

All over the world, more and more green roofs are being installed on a variety of structures - ranging from dog houses and garden sheds to large industrial complexes. Replacing bare roof-tops with live plants accomplishes many purposes, among them: reducing the costs of power by forming a “natural” layer of insulation to regulate building temperatures; prevention of water run-off; aesthetics of plants, rather than bare surfaces; habitat for many living organisms, especially pollinators.
This event will begin in the classroom where participants will learn the basics of green roof design, installation and maintenance. Plant selection will be discussed and images of many green roofs around the world will be shown. The class will then go to a site nearby where we will have a hands-on experience planting a green roof!
The following morning, we will visit several green roofs in Birmingham, each very different in scope. 
 

CLASS CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
Refunds (minus a $15 processing fee) given if notification is made at least 10 business days prior to class start date. (You are always welcome to send another person under your registration if you cannot attend.) A $15 processing fee will be charged for class transfers at any time. We reserve the right to cancel classes due to lack of participation; if we cancel a class as such, we will issue a full refund. Please be aware that we strive to hold classes regardless of weather, so plan accordingly. In the unlikely event a class has to be cancelled due to inclement weather, we will attempt to notify you, and a refund (minus a $15 processing fee) will be issued.

Sign up here: http://www.bbgardens.org/the-science-and-art-of-green-roofs-new-elective.php

Oct
13
6:00 pm18:00

BUTS Thursday Evening Ruffner Runs

Birmingham Ultra Trail Society (BUTS) conducting evening runs on Ruffner Mountain every Thursday starting at 6PM.  Typically low numbers of runners (>10) but may increase over time.  Trails and route TBD by trip leader each week.  All runners should wear headlight or bring secondary light source.  Off-use trails will be assigned by Ruffner's Land Manager, J. Nobles.  Jeff and Hunter will also be issued a key for the Back Porch restrooms.

Event contact: 
Hunter Lane (1st and 3rd Thursdays)
hunter@newtonrunning.com
cell: 615-440-7577
Jeff Cornelius (most Thursdays)

Ruffner contact: J. Nobles
jamie@ruffnermountain.org
cell: 205-789-9141

Oct
10
8:30 am08:30

2016 Food & Farms Forum: Childersburg (Central & E Central)

  • Kymulga Grist Mill

 

WHAT:  Regional Food & Farm Forums -- Guided tour, lunch, roundtable discussions, networking, exhibits, and more!

WHO:  Farmers, aspiring farmers, gardeners, and ANYONE concerned with sustainable/traditional practices (like seed saving and herbal medicine), environmental justice, community health, alternative economies, rural development, and/or grassroots organizing!

COST: FREE for all tribal members. Otherwise $5 for ASAN members, $20 for nonmembers.

 

Registration required. Open to all! Child care provided.  Scholarships available.

MORE INFO, including links to register, is at http://asanonline.org/RFFF16.

Oct
8
5:00 pm17:00

The Honey Bee*r Project

  • Avondale Brewery

Avondale Brewing Company and the Jefferson County Beekeepers Association Present: The Honey Bee*r Project.

Ruffner Mountain is teaming up with the Jefferson Co. Beekeepers Association, Red Mountain Park, Turkey Creek Nature Preserve, and Avondale Brewery to bring you The Bee*r Project! Our friends at Avondale used 120 lbs of local wildflower honey to make the perfect fall beverage, the Farmhouse Honey Ale. Come drink beer and support our friend the honeybee! 

Oct
8
8:00 am08:00

Ruffner Mt. Crusher Ridge (5k, 21K, and 42K)

This is a challenging 21K loop with a double-loop option for a 42K. Consisting of mostly single track trail, the loop will take you to every corner of the park and showcase all three of the rock crushers that give the race its name. Trails are technical and incorporate 4,500' of elevation change across the single 21K loop. The 5k route will give folks a taste of what the mountain has to offer but with a lot less elevation. Course will be well marked with sprinkler flags, survey tape and signage at turns. Runners may switch between the 21k and 42k distances at any time before or during the race by notifying race officials.

This is a 100% charitable race. All proceeds from the 21k and 42k race entry fees will go to Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve to help them continue the great work they do. All proceeds from the 5k race entry fees will go to the Exceptional Foundation as a thank you for making the race medals for the last 2 years. Because this race is for charity, we do not issue refunds. If you cannot make it, consider it a donation to this amazing nature preserve.

Details

Start: 8:00am for 21K/42K, 8:30 a.m. for 5K

Course: 21k loop, 2 loops to make the 42k; 5k lollipop

Race day registration and packet pick up: 6:30am; $5 increase for race day registration (shirts not guaranteed for race day registrants).

Aid Stations: There will be an aid station at the start/finish, at Salvage Rd and at Gray Fox Gap (you go through this aid station twice). Aid stations will have water, Tailwind, gels and other basic ultra aid station fare. NOTE: please bring a handheld or hydration pack. October in Alabama tends to get warm in the afternoon. You will NEED hydration between aid stations.

Food: We will have the grill going at the finish. Please hang out after you finish your race and have a burger, chips, cookies, and a beverage. Vegetarian/vegan options will be available. One of the local breweries will be providing beer for the festivities. Families are welcome to eat as well!

Finisher Awards: Medals are made by the exceptional people at the Exceptional Foundation.

Swag: Cotton race shirts and anything else we can dig up.

Course Map

View the Course Map

Read Turn-by- Turn Directions

Sponsors

BUTS: Birmingham Ultra Trail Society

BUTS Members receive a $5 discount. If you’re not a member, join here! (Then request a discount

code at maryc@runbuts.com)

More sponsors TBA

To Register: Ultra Sign Up

Costs: 

5k – $30 ($35 Race Day)

21k – $55 ($60 Race Day)

42k – $55 ($60 Race Day)

Oct
6
6:00 pm18:00

BUTS Thursday Evening Ruffner Runs

Birmingham Ultra Trail Society (BUTS) conducting evening runs on Ruffner Mountain every Thursday starting at 6PM.  Typically low numbers of runners (>10) but may increase over time.  Trails and route TBD by trip leader each week.  All runners should wear headlight or bring secondary light source.  Off-use trails will be assigned by Ruffner's Land Manager, J. Nobles.  Jeff and Hunter will also be issued a key for the Back Porch restrooms.

Event contact: 
Hunter Lane (1st and 3rd Thursdays)
hunter@newtonrunning.com
cell: 615-440-7577
Jeff Cornelius (most Thursdays)

Ruffner contact: J. Nobles
jamie@ruffnermountain.org
cell: 205-789-9141

Sep
29
6:00 pm18:00

BUTS Thursday Evening Ruffner Runs

  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

Birmingham Ultra Trail Society (BUTS) conducting evening runs on Ruffner Mountain every Thursday starting at 6PM.  Typically low numbers of runners (>10) but may increase over time.  Trails and route TBD by trip leader each week.  All runners should wear headlight or bring secondary light source.  Off-use trails will be assigned by Ruffner's Land Manager, J. Nobles.  Jeff and Hunter will also be issued a key for the Back Porch restrooms.

Event contact: 
Hunter Lane (1st and 3rd Thursdays)
hunter@newtonrunning.com
cell: 615-440-7577
Jeff Cornelius (most Thursdays)

Ruffner contact: J. Nobles
jamie@ruffnermountain.org
cell: 205-789-9141