The Ted Moorhead Lagoon House is operated as an environmental learning center and a scenic highway visitor information center by the Marine Resources Council. It is the official welcome center for the Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway.
Eighty citizen volunteers, trained and equipped by the MRC, test water quality parameters as indicators of the health of the Indian River Lagoon. Every week salinity, dissolved oxygen, pH, and water clarity are tested at approximately 80 sites.
The endangered right whale utilizes the Atlantic coast off Georgia and Florida as calving grounds. Volunteer spotters, many living in high rise condos beachside, report right whale sightings.
The Marine Resources Council is happy to welcome Patty Goffinet, as she speaks about her new book: Go Outside and...
We are pleased to announce that beginning Tuesday, April 2nd, at noon, the Marine Resources Council will be reinstating our brown bag...
Lots of very positive changes have been taking place here at the Lagoon House, including some major rearranging of our exhibit area....
We are seeking responsible stewards of the river to donate their services and products for this year's fundraising events. Email Dr. Leesa Souto.
We are seeking volunteers to answer phones and greet people at the Lagoon House in Palm Bay. Contact Beth McMillen at 321-725-7775 to let us know you can help!
The staff at the Marine Resources Council is deeply sorry to have to announce the death of one of our long time board members. Janet has been with us for a long time, and has helped the MRC through many times of turmoil. She will be missed by all of us here . . .
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