Saturday, September 20 from 10am - 3pm at Melbourne City Hall parking area, Melbourne's First National Drive Electric Week event, free and open to the public.
Saturday, October 11 in south Brevard: 5th Annual Native Plant Garden Tour, organized by Conradina Chapter of Florida Native Plant Society. And other Conradina news...
Florida DEP announces a series of public meetings to receive comments on draft of Indian River Lagoon Aquatic Preserve Management Plan -- starting Monday, Sept. 22 in Fort Pierce.
As expected, Judge said ok to Osllo boat ramp projedt -- but Federal appeal could block it.
UPDATE: City Council passed unanimously a stronger fertilizer ordinance at 1st Hearing. One more hearing to go, before becoming adopted ordinance. See info background here.
Lagoon cleanup costs: $1.39 billion over 15 years -- for annual return on investment of almost $4 billion -- every year. Would YOU do it? Yes, right?
On August 12, the Melbourne City Council passed a modest stormwater fee iof $44 per year -- below average. The Indian River Lagoon, with an economic impact of $3.7 billion to the lagoon region, is going to require citizen support far beyond what City of Melbourne is asking.
Find out the Florida Water and Land Conservation Amendment is all about -- Amendment 1 on the November 2014 ballot.
Indian River County request for Oslo boat ramp funding denied by FIND. But Commissioner O'Bryan persists.