Our waterways are so important that I pledge to do my part to protect them: I will volunteer for and support organizations working to research, restore and conserve our aquatic ecosystems. I will Vote for the Water! I will research and vote for legislation and candidates that protect and…
Don't cue the ticker-tape parade quite yet, but seagrass is starting to make a comeback in the Indian River Lagoon along the Treasure Coast and Space Coast.
Join us for our monthly survey of natural seagrass populations at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center and help us document short and long-term trends in seagrass health in the Indian River Lagoon.
"At this point in the process, it is critical we hear about concerns and priorities from the public," said Lt. Col. Jennifer Reynolds, Deputy Commander for South Florida.
"Discharges of water from Lake Okeechobee totaled 832 billion gallons in 2017." Read the editorial by Florida Oceanographic Society's executive director, Mark Perry.