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Harbor Branch scientist gets lagoon monitoring grant

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute's network of Indian River Lagoon water quality monitoring stat

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Environmental groups continue lagoon cleanup and education efforts

Even as much of Florida and the world have come to pretty much of a standstill due to COVID-19, loca

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Indian River Charter High students craft oyster mats to help lagoon

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Indian River Charter High School students are helping to restore the Mosquito

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Volunteers, boats needed for island cleanup Saturday in Sebastian

SEBASTIAN - Sebastian's Natural Resources Board has a few hours planned this Saturday to clean up at

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Volunteers sought for April 16 lagoon island cleanup

SEBASTIAN - Take part in the Great American Cleanup by helping to remove trash from three Indian Riv

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Land Trust Purchases 111-acre Bee Gum Point Property

Land Trust Purchases 111-acre Bee Gum Point Property INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Indian River Land

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Tripaldi joins Commerical Lending team at Seacoast National Bank

VERO BEACH -- Seacoast National Bank recently announced that Paul Tripaldi has joined the bank as Vi

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Land Trust’s purchase is site of future launch

Indian River Land Trust Board Members Char Higgins, John Johnson and Grant Withers

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Land Trust’s purchase is site of future launch

VERO BEACH -- Kayaking and canoeing enthusiasts will have a new place to launch their car-top vessel

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Deal to preserve 111 acres in Indian River Shores could close this month

INDIAN RIVER SHORES - If the Indian River Land Trust can raise enough money to make it happen, a pri

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Boston rowers find Vero Beach’s waters very friendly

Head Coach Steve Fiske talks to the Boston College women's rowing team before they hit the water. St

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Boston rowers find Vero Beach’s waters very friendly

VERO BEACH - Resident boaters might find a bit more marine traffic over the course of the next few d