Attend the next lagoon event
How does this action
help our Lagoon?
As one of the most biologically diverse estuaries in North America, the Indian River Lagoon is home to more than 4,000 species of plants and animals that depend on the quality of water within the lagoon for survival. Pollution and habitat destruction from rapid development has led to a decline in these diverse features. Learn from science or water quality experts what is causing these impacts, what projects are underway to address them, and how you fit into the equation for a cleaner and healthier lagoon.
How to attend an event and earn Lagoon Loyal points:
- RSVP for event on host's website
- At event check-in, look for the Lagoon Loyal QR code sign (or ask the host if the event is virtual)
- Sign into your Lagoon Loyal account and scan the QR code to earn points!
Inspiring the Next Generation of Lagoon Leaders
October Lunch & Learn – Recommendations of the Stormwater Technical Advisory Committee on Updating the State’s Stormwater Rules
Rain Barrel Workshop
Introduction to Pollution Mapping
Landscaping with Florida Natives Tour
Low Impact Development Conference
Lagoon LoyalTM is a new and growing program that encourages Brevard County residents to take actions that benefit the health of the Indian River Lagoon by offering rewards from local businesses. These actions help reduce excess algae-feeding nutrients that enter our Lagoon through groundwater and stormwater.