Learn about where Indian River County gets all its water in this booklet by Deborah Ecker.
Read all the latest in the November 2020 issue of the Peligram.
Opponents worry the state plan will speed up the loss of wetlands in a state increasingly threatened by sea rise and worsening hurricanes.
Unbelievable. Why is Port St. Lucie going after a University of Florida master gardener, Diane Goldberg, whose expertise and leadership has educated the community and encouraged native plants?
Read the October 2020 Peligram.
Pelican Island Audubon is looking to hire an Environmental Educator for its Audubon Advocate after-school program.
The die-off is “unprecedented,” says Martha Desmond, an avian ecologist at New Mexico State University (NMSU) in Las Cruces, who is leading the research team documenting the event. She estimates that hundreds of thousands and possibly even up to a million birds have died across at least five U.S. states and in four Mexican states.
If consensus is to annex Graves' land, Sebastian must get everyone on same page | Opinion | by Laurence Reisman | TCPalm
Before you load the back of the SUV with bags of cypress mulch from the local garden center, think about Florida's wetlands and how dressing up your yard may be harming them.
Three leading conservation organizations have joined together to urge Indian River County and the city of Sebastian to begin a comprehensive planning process, allowed by state law, to plan for the area in and around the controversial Graves Brothers annexation.