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
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.
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.
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.
Watch our July 7 Virtual Brown Bag Webinar, “Living Shorelines for a Sustainable Future,” with MRC’s Director of Science and Restoration, Caity Savoia!
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.
Join MRC and Tracy Frampton at our February 4 Brown Bag Lunch to learn about the Florida Wildlife Hospital.
Join MRC and Emily Dark at our January 7 Brown Bag Lunch to learn about the The Indian River Lagoon Aquatic Preserves office.
Join MRC’s Julie Albert at our Dec. 3 Brown Bag Lunch for the future outlook of the North Atlantic Right Whale—a species on the brink on extinction.
Join MRC and Steve Beeman at our Nov. 5 Brown Bag Lunch and discover how Steve’s patented floating plant mats, or “Beemats,” can clean up storm water.Read more
Join MRC and Jennifer Mitchell at our October 1 Brown Bag Lunch to learn about how St. Johns River Water Management District balances demands for water between human needs and natural systems.Read more
Join MRC and Emily Dark at our September 3 Brown Bag Lunch to learn about the The Indian River Lagoon Aquatic Preserves office (IRLAP).Read more
Join us at our August Brown Bag Lunch and discover how ecologically important our sandy shorelines are to many Indian River Lagoon species.Read more
Join us at our July 9 Brown Bag Lunch for a look at the diverse effects on coastal waters and fisheries from climate change, and how they are being documented in the Southeast U.S. and Greater Caribbean.Read more
Join us for our June 4 Brown Bag Lunch presentation with Aaron Hasenei and an in-depth look at lionfish. These animals drastically reduce biodiversity and cause large economic losses to a degree that has not yet been quantified throughout their invaded range.Read more
Join us for our May Brown Bag presentation with Todd Pokrywa, President of The Viera Company, for a look at Viera’s history from the 1940’s to today’s master planned development and plans for the future.Read more
MRC’s April Brown Bag presentation features Michelle Malyn, Public Information Associate at the Sebastian Inlet District, who will outline the history of the Sebastian Inlet and its importance to us today.Read more