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View the Save Our Lagoon Project Plan

The Save Our Lagoon Project Plan was presented at the August 9, 2016 Brevard County Commissioners meeting. You can view the presentation from that meeting on the Brevard County website. The presentation begins at approximately 1:20:00 of the video.
Save Our Lagoon Project Plan video presentation

Save the Lagoon: International Coastal Cleanup 2016

  • Love Our Lagoon!

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    Brevard County's Save Our Lagoon Project Plan implements priority projects that will help reach sustainable cleanup levels by completing wastewater upgrades, septic tanks, stormwater cleanup, muck removal, and much more.

    The plan needs a dedicated source of funds.

    The Save our Lagoon Tax referendum generates $34 M/year (for 10 years) and helps fund the Save our Lagoon Plan.

    Find out more at LoveOurLagoon.com
  • MRC Annual Awards Dinner!

    A Benefit to Celebrate 25 Years of Citizen Science
    Saturday, October 15, 2016   *   7:00–10:00 p.m.
    MRC's Ted Moorhead Lagoon House
    3275 Dixie Highway NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905


    Doors Open @ 6:45 pm   *   $50 Limited Early Bird Admission   *   $500 VIP Table
    Featuring:
    •  Complimentary Food & Adult Beverage Service (7 p.m.–9 p.m.)
    •  Live music, Silent Auction & Prizes
    •  Keynote Speaker, Awards Ceremony & Naming Boardwalk Commencement!

    Your participation in this event directly supports MRC programs and services that provide for the well-being of the Indian River Lagoon. Your participation makes a big difference.

    The more community involvement we have, the louder our voice is!
    To sponsor, volunteer, and participate, or for further event details and info, please contact Steve Sharkey at SharkeyMRC@gmail.com
  • Apply Now for MRC Internships!

    Help Save the Indian River Lagoon!. MRC’s Internships for local college-level students will enhance your real world experiences!

    Find Out More

  • Brown Bag Lunch: IRL Dolphin Populations

    20161004-brownbag-megan stolenResearch Scientist Megan Stolen of the Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute will be our speaker at the October 4 Brown Bag Lunch. Her talk will focus on the life history and current status of bottlenose dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon, a population that has been greatly impacted by the declining health of the IRL.

    Click Here for more information.

  • Summer Fertilizer Bans Start June 1

    Skip The Fertilizer to Protect The Waters That Make Florida Fun!
    The partners of the Be Floridian Now fertilizer education campaign remind residents of the Indian River Lagoon watershed that you can't apply nitrogen or phosphorous to from June 1–September 30. Find Out More Here!
  • LagoonFest Swag! Get Yours Now!

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    It’s not too late to get your LagoonFest shirts and hats! We have a few left, so for a short time, you can get them online or at the Lagoon House! CLICK HERE and START SHOPPING NOW!