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Environmental regulators cracking down on lagoon pollution

Citing weak sea grass recovery from recent algae blooms in the central Indian River Lagoon between S

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Harbor Branch study traces life of dolphin

A research report co-authored by a Harbor Branch scientist sheds new light on the fatal problem of b

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County to proceed with partial beach restoration on Barrier Island

The Indian River County Commission Tuesday decided to proceed with at least partial restoration of s

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Best time of the year for surf anglers has arrived with the ‘mullet run’

From now through mid-October is the best time of the year if you are a nearshore or surf angler fish

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Moorhen Marsh: County will build natural ‘scrubber’ to reduce lagoon pollution

Indian River County has decided to build a lagoon pollution reduction project itself after bids for

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just two weeks left for property owners to approve beach project

Indian River County officials are calling on oceanfront property owners on south beach to quickly si

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Mosquito Control District brings in new bug-killing drone

County bug-fighters have a new weapon in their fight against mosquitoes – a drone that can precise

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County introducing cuttings from rare plant to save it from extinction

Indian River County officials and a noted Bok Tower Gardens botanist are conducting the first-ever i

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Headwaters Lake re-opens for boat launching Monday

Monday will be a big day for Treasure Coast freshwater anglers. The long-awaited boat launching ramp

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Right whale calf seen here in February killed in New Jersey by boat strikes

A North Atlantic right whale calf spotted with his mother off Vero Beach last February is 2020's fir

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Minor beach erosion from Isaias

Tropical Storm Isaias inflicted some erosion along our beaches as it brushed by about 45 miles off t

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County faces loss of $17 million for repairing beaches

Indian River County has only about half the property owner agreements it needs by Oct. 1 to move for