Looking to join with our partners to help save the lagoon? With so many community and partner events across Brevard County, there’s always one near you. Check out our Lagoon Community Calendar for upcoming community and partner events.
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Lagoon Update – Interview with Vince Lamb; Proposed update to the 10 yr Save the Lagoon plan, How to fix FL’s water crisis, and Algal blooms dangerous to humans. These articles and more about the Indian River Lagoon.
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Reaching Our Vision
Our vision is an Indian River lagoon of clear waters, alive with lush sea grass beds, thriving fish, birds, manatees and dolphins – a healthy place where our families can play. Select an item below for updates and information:
The Brevard Indian River Coalition is proud to include local government, non-profit and business organizations, all working together to improve the health of the Indian River Lagoon. We encourage you to learn more about our lagoon partners and what they do. We couldn’t do what we do if it wasn’t for our amazing partners. Check out their events on our Community Calendar.
The plan to restore the lagoon - including Citizen Oversite Committee updates (click on the pic!)
Save The Lagoon Project Plan – Summary Version.Remove the nutrient-rich muck on the bottom of the lagoon. This has taken years to accumulate and will take significant resources to remove. This is just one of the actions in the plan.
Save The Lagoon Project Plan – Revised 2019 Version. Reduce pollutants and flow of excess nutrients into the lagoon that come from: groundwater from septic and aging wastewater systems, storm water runoff washing yard waste and fertilizer into the lagoon, and air pollution.
IRL Dashboard.Restore natural filters and oxygen-producing systems created by oyster beds, mangroves, wetlands and seagrass beds.
Citizen Oversight Committee Meeting Reports.Respondand adjust as we get new data on how the Lagoon is responding.
Brevard Delivers is a quarterly publication for providing transparency on projects throughout Brevard County. It is published by the Brevard County Government www.brevardfl.gov . This article discusses how the Brevard County’s boating and waterway’s program is responsible for keeping derelict vessels from becoming
Vince Lamb, Chair of the Brevard Indian River Lagoon Coalition, updates the status of the Indian River Lagoon with Space Coast Daily’s Giles Malone on Space Coast Daily TV. The interview begins with why the half cent sales tax was passed by the
The 2020 proposed update to the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan is available for review on the website https://www.brevardfl.gov/SaveOurLagoon/Home. The plan will be voted on by the Brevard County Board of County Commissioners at their meeting held February 25, 9:00 a.m.
The Brevard Indian River Lagoon Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to educating our community regarding our precious Indian River Lagoon, and assembling the many allies of the lagoon throughout Brevard County to work together to save our lagoon.
We could use your help to help the lagoon.
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About the Coalition
The BIRLC was formed in the early 2000s as an informal organization to support and enable the community to push to enact the necessary fertilizer ordinances throughout all of Brevard County to help sustain the Indian River Lagoon.
With little to no attention or public outcry following the algal blooms in early 2016 that resulted in the March 2016 fish kill, Melbourne resident Spence Guerin led the efforts to establish a citizen-led coalition to save the Indian River Lagoon.