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Grants available for laid-off lagoon scientists and field researchers

If you (or someone you know) got laid off or furloughed from your job as a biological or environment

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Kayak, canoe, paddle board trek coming to Lagoon

Island kayakers and canoeists take note: A nonprofit tourism and conservation organization plans to

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Police: Man detained after jumping into IR Lagoon to escape officers

A 32-year-old shirtless Vero Beach man was safely detained Monday after police said he jumped into t

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Scientists shocked to find rare hawksbill turtle in Indian River Lagoon

Scientists are not fond of talking in superlatives, but University of Central Florida sea turtle res

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Indian River County’s newest nature preserve set to open Friday

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The county’s newest nature preserve featuring several hiking trails throug

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John’s Island blocked from installing irrigation pipeline beneath Indian River Lagoon

John’s Island Water Management officials will try to figure out a new way to supply more irrigatio

Marine Resources Council’s Conservation Awards Banquet

Help celebrate the 18th Annual MRC Conservation Achievement Awards Banquet to honor extraordinary In

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Hundreds turn out for fishing rights protest, as deputies and FWC officers look on

Photo by Kaila Jones The scene on the Indian River Lagoon side of Ambersand Beach Saturday was a mi

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Ladies of the Lagoon step in to ‘adopt a fish – tag a tail’

“This lagoon is in big trouble,” said guest speaker Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch at an invitational A