MRC's environmental programs
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Pack up your lunch and join MRC on the first Tuesday of every month for our Brown Bag Lunch presentation program at 12:00 pm at the Ted Moorhead Lagoon House in Palm Bay.
Area experts present on natural history topics such as archaeology, electric cars, Florida bats, native plants, and things you can do to protect the Indian River Lagoon. Check back for upcoming presentations!
Upcoming Brown Bag Presentations and MRC Events
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Ways to help MRC
Do your part to save the Indian River Lagoon by making changes in your everyday life to reduce the amount of pollutants entering the lagoon, by volunteering to actively restore or educate, by speaking up in policymaking arenas, or by supporting the Lagoon Lifesavers Campaign.
The Marker is published quarterly by the Marine Resources Council.
Support the MRC by Becoming A Member and receive The Marker at home every quarter.
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A monthly report of water quality data with grades.
Read the latest water quality data!
There are many issues affecting the Indian River Lagoon.
To successfully restore the Indian River Lagoon, we all must do our part. Everyday actions such as fertilizing the lawn, washing the cars, or walking the dog can have a major impact on Lagoon water quality. The Lagoon can’t be fixed by government and non-profit restoration partners alone, it will take all of us. By making simple changes in our lives, we each can take part in restoring the Lagoon for future generations to enjoy. Here are a few tips for reducing the pollution going to the Indian River Lagoon.
Articles related to the Northern Right Whale Monitoring Program.