What’s New

Discover the Florida Scrub Virtual Field Trips Escape the classroom or your home by joining us on a virtual field trip to Discover the Florida Scrub! Read More
Coastal Native Plants Webinar Coastal Native Plants Webinar 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
Rain Barrel Workshop Rain Barrel Workshops Installing a rain barrel is one of the easiest ways YOU can help reduce our impact on the Indian River Lagoon! Rain barrels make a great addition to your yard: they aid in the conservation of fresh water, and they reduce the amount of stormwater runoff. Read More
MRC Summer Camp Summer Camp 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
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
MRC's Mangrove Nursery MRC’s Mangrove Nursery Marine Resources Council is proud to be the only licensed aquatic nursery in the State of Florida specializing in and dedicated to mangroves. Read More
MRC's Virtual Classroom Virtual Learning MRC is offering free classroom lessons for grades 3–6 through our Virtual Learning programs! Students will discover the importance of our Indian River Lagoon. Read More