Our Sept. Lunch & Learn featured Dr. Jeff Carrier, who for the last 20 years has investigated shark mating behaviors in the only systematic study of shark mating that has ever occurred for any species, anywhere in the world.Read more
Our August Lunch & Learn Webinar, “Restoring Rain’s Natural Path,” featured Joanie Regan, Stormwater Manager for the City of Cocoa Beach.Read more
MRC’s summer camp is hosted in Brevard County and inspires and educates youth about the IRL’s importance. Check out our awesome 2021 sessions!Read more
The latest Indian River Lagoon Report Card reveals a total health score of 58 and a grade of F+. Although water quality has improved in some areas of the Lagoon, seagrasses continue to decline, negatively impacting the health of Lagoon creatures.Read more
Watch our July 2021 Lunch & Learn Webinar featuring Abbey Gering and “Restoring Natural Nutrient Removal in the IRL with Repurposed Plastic Bottle Caps.”Read more
Watch our June Lunch & Learn Webinar with Stuart Rowan, a 3rd generation beekeeper and current president and founding member of the South Brevard Beekeepers.Read more
Visit the Be Floridian Now website for time-saving information on your yard, and ways that you can help protect the Indian River Lagoon.Read more
Watch our May Lunch & Learn Webinar on the endangered sawfish! Sawfish are large shark-like rays that once were relatively common in Florida’s coastal waters, including the Indian River Lagoon.Read more
Hear amazing stories and incredible findings from the world’s longest-running study of a wild dolphin population at MRC’s April Lunch & Learn Webinar with the Sarasota Bay Dolphin Research Program.Read more
Native plants are just plain good for our local wildlife and the Indian River Lagoon. Watch our our March Lunch & Learn Webinar and find out how and why.Read more
How is groundwater affecting the IRL? Is reclaimed irrigation beneficial? Watch our Lunch & Learn Webinar with Dr. Leesa Souto!Read more
Watch our January 2021 Lunch & Learn Webinar, “The Florida Trail Association: Building More Than Trails,” with the FTA’s Jenna Taylor.Read more
Dr. Leesa Souto, Executive Director of the Marine Resources Council, Presents the Results of 2020’s Indian River Lagoon Health Update on Tuesday, Dec. 8.Read more
Watch our December Lunch & Learn Webinar, “Right Whales in Peril: Is Extinction Avoidable?,” with the MRC’s Julie Albert.
Watch our November Lunch & Learn Webinar, “Fishermen Helping to Save Whales,” with Kim Sawicki. This is a free virtual event, but you must register to receive the Zoom link and login information.
Join MRC and host Rockledge Gardens on Sept. 12 for a virtual workshop about Florida’s mangrove species, their importance to shorelines, and how to grow mangroves at home.Read more
Watch our October Lunch & Learn Webinar, “Florida Horseshoe Crab Watch — Linked with Limulus,” with Holly Abeels. This is a free virtual event, but you must register to receive the Zoom link and login information.
Top Notch Marine BOATS & BIKES ‘OPEN HOUSE’ 2020- September 5th from 10AM to 4PM at 6000 North US 1 in Melbourne.Read more
Eau Gallery presents “Life on the Lagoon” in conjunction with the Marine Resources Council of Brevard County. Each year, Eau Gallery works with the Council to promote the goals of the MRC and to educate the public on the important work of the Council. This year, our Artists will donate the images of our show paintings to help promote the work of the MRC in our area.Read more
Watch our September Lunch & Learn Webinar, “Recycle Brevard: Putting the 3Rs into Practice,” with Marcia Booth. This is a free virtual event, but you must register to receive the Zoom link and login information.
Watch our Virtual Brown Bag Webinar, “Coral Reefs in Rapidly Changing Times,” with FIT’s Dr. Robert van Woesik! The webinar will entail how coral reefs are formed through a remarkable symbiosis. This is a free virtual event, but you must register to receive the Zoom link and login information.
Read MRC’s COVID-19 Response PlanRead more
Watch our July 7 Virtual Brown Bag Webinar, “Living Shorelines for a Sustainable Future,” with MRC’s Director of Science and Restoration, Caity Savoia!
Our summer camp is hosted in Brevard County and inspires and educates youth about the IRL’s importance. Check out our awesome 2020 sessions!Read more
Join us for our Virtual Brown Bag Seminar, “Indian River Legacy” with Ms. Laurilee Thompson on Tuesday, June 2. This is a free virtual event, but you must register to receive the Zoom link and login information.