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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!


    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.

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  • IRL Update with MRC's Leesa Souto

    logo-wfit-coastal-connectionWFIT's Terri Wright talks with Dr. Leesa Souto, Executive Director of MRC, about Hurricane Mathew's effect on the Lagoon, the upcoming referendum to help the IRL, and the MRC's Member Banquet. From WFIT's Coastal Connection.
    Click here to listen.
  • Brown Bag Lunch: Climate Change Part 2

    Ross McCluneyThe November Brown Bag Lecture (Tuesday, November 1 at noon) features Dr. Ross McCluney, environmental writer and ret. Principal Research Scientist at UCF's Florida Solar Energy Center. His presentation will continue the Climate Change discussion begun at the August Brown Bag Lunch, and he'll introduce some great things that happened with renewable energy over the last decade.
  • Love Our Lagoon Canoe Trip

    2016-love-our-lagoon-canoe-tripFlorida native Les Miller has set a $5,000 GoFundMe goal to benefit MRC. Les will embark on a 156-mile canoe journey through the Indian River Lagoon, beginning in Stuart and ending in New Smyrna, FL. The journey will take Les through 5 counties and 44 cities of the suffering Lagoon. Find out more.
  • Brown Bag Lunch: 2017 Right Whale Season Update

    20161206-brownbag-rightwhaleAt the December MRC Brown Bag Speaker Series (Tuesday, December 6, noon–1pm), MRC's North Atlantic Right Whale Monitoring Program Coordinator Julie Albert will provide an update on the 2016–2017 right whale migration season.
  • 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!

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