1949 - 2009
Stan Mahoney was truly an icon of Baldwin County. Growing up in the area, his family once owned Wolf Bay Lodge. He was appointed to the US Naval Academy and earned a degree in Naval Architecture. Additional degrees were earned in International Relations and Strategic Studies. Stan commanded the USS Kirk. He reached the rank of Commander and was on track to attain Admiral when his life made a dramatic turn due to heart problems.Stan and his wife Jessy lived on Wolf Bay since the mid 80's. Stan received a heart transplant at UAB in 1996. Read more...
2013 Wolf Bay Watershed Watch Board
It takes many dedicated individuals to do the good work that is done by Wolf Bay Watershed Watch. WBWW has a strong, dedicated board that works together to ensure that all tasks are completed.
This article presents the bios of the board members along with each member's role on the WBWW board.Read more...
Citizen Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring on Alabama's Coast
The Wolf Bay Watershed Watch (WBWW) is a grassroots citizen's advocacy organization whose mission is to protect and preserve the natural resources of the Wolf Bay Watershed.
Wolf Bay is located in southwest Alabama in Baldwin County. The bay is connected to greater Perdido Bay, and has several tributaries including Wolf, Sandy, Miflin and Hammock Creeks. Municipalities in the watershed include Foley, Elberta,Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. The watershed of Wolf Bay covers about 71,700 acres.Read more...