Drew Mello talks with Troy Rice, Director of the Indian River Lagoon National Estuary Program.
Stretching 156 miles, from New Smyrna Beach in the north, to Jupiter Inlet in the south, the Indian River Lagoon Estuary, is one of the most biologically diverse estuaries in the United States, supporting over 4,000 species of plants and animals
On Saturday, September 28th, which happens to be National Estuaries Day,an event called Hands Across the Lagoon will take place in all five lagoon counties to call attention to the declining condition of the Indian River Lagoon.
Drew Mello talks with Mary Hutchinson, chair of the Stuart Centennial Committee. The committee is asking residents for photos of Stuart – a project entitled – “100 Photos in 100 Days,” to help bring the city’s history to life through photos of community events and people.
For more information visit:www.celebratestuart.org/
Drew Mello talks with Margot Graff with Habitat for Humanity of Martin County. “Raising the Roof,” a benefit for Habitat for Humanity of Martin County, featuring top motivational speakers and experts on overcoming barriers to success in life and work will take place on Tuesday, July 30th at The Grace Place of Stuart on SE Salerno Road.
with Martin County Master Gardeners. They’ll be hosting “Taste of the Tropics,” on Saturday, July 27th at the Blake Library in Stuart. For more information visit: http://martin.ifas.ufl.edu or call - (772) 288-5654 or (772) 288-5702