What’s New

Oyster Volcano: Plastic-free shoreline restoration Plastic-free Shoreline Restoration Most Indian River Lagoon oyster reefs have disappeared due to polluted water and overharvesting. Concrete "oyster volcanos" are a possible solution. Read More
What You Plant Matters: Featuring FL Native Butterfly Flowers Florida Native Butterfly Flowers Join MRC and Tim Harrison and Anna Hutson of Native Butterfly Flowers Nursery for our February Lunch & Learn Hybrid Seminar. Read More
Imagine! Imagine! Marine Resources Council (MRC) recently traveled the entire Indian River Lagoon region and asked more than 100 community leaders, MRC members and other people: What’s possible? What’s next? Read More
MRC's Love Our Lagoon Celebration: Saturday, February 12, 2022 MRC’s Love Our Lagoon Celebration The MRC Love Our Lagoon Celebration on February 12, 2022, has been rescheduled to November 4, 2022. Read More
Baffling Baffle Boxes Virtual Field Trip Virtual Field Trips Escape the classroom or your home by joining us on a Virtual Field Trip and find out what happens to all the rainwater when it falls, why mangroves make a difference, how each of us can help sea turtles survive, and more. Read More
MRC Low Impact Development Conference LID Conference Agenda MRC's Low Impact Development Conference: October 21 and 22, 2022 -- Complete Agenda Read More
MRC Low Impact Development Conference LID Conference Speaker Biographies MRC's Low Impact Development Conference: October 21 and 22, 2022 -- Speaker Biographies. Read More
2020 IRL Report Card IRL Report Card MRC's IRL Report Card assembles the most accurate data of Lagoon conditions to date. Find out what's happening in the latest release. Read More
Low-Impact Development Low-Impact Development (LID) Marine Resources Council is working hard to build momentum and support for better stormwater management using proven Low-Impact Development techniques. With support from twenty partners, MRC has sent letters to over 120 local and state leaders. Read More
The health of our lagoon and coastal ocean is jeopardized by the increasing heat content of the ocean and atmosphere. However, it’s not too late to take action. Climate Change & the IRL The health of our Lagoon and coastal ocean is jeopardized by the increasing heat content of the ocean and atmosphere. But it's not too late to take action. Read More