Monday, April 2, 2012

April 3 Brown Bag Lunch

Kerry Soltis, coordinator of the Lagoonwatch program here at the MRC will be presenting for our Brown Bag tomorrow. She will be speaking about the water quality monitoring that goes on here at MRC. If you think you've seen this presentation before, you haven't! She has put together a new and refreshing presentation for the talk. Synopses below.

The Indian River Lagoon is North America’s most diverse estuary, with over 4,000 different plant and animal species. Everything we do in every day life can affect the Lagoon—it’s our backyard! Come learn how monitoring the water quality in the Lagoon can help to protect the plants and animals that live there—including us!

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