Indian River Lagoon

Volunteers bag oyster shells to create a reef to help filter water and create habitat for oysters and other creatures in the Indian River Lagoon. If you think you'd like to help or find out more, you can email St. Lucie County Coastal Resources Supervisor  Jim Oppenborn at oppenbornj@stlucieco.org.

You can read the study, compiled by Florida Realtors and the Everglades Foundation by clicking here.

Voters Consider Water Issues

Oct 2, 2014

For decades, coastal residents to the east and west of Lake Okeechobee have battled ecological damage caused by an influx of fresh water released from the lake.  The releases safeguard the dike which encircles the lake. As Jill Roberts reports, many voters who live along the Indian River Lagoon on Florida’s east coast will have water issues on their mind as they cast their ballots this election season.

The $500,000 study is funded by Scott's Miracle-Gro and aims to identify the cause of the most serious pollution in the lagoon.

State Representative Gayle Harrell

Mar 11, 2014

State Representative Gayle Harrell talks with Jill Roberts about her priorities for the current legislative session.

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