You once had a friend, he is dead.
What cause it? We do know why?
Our friend, the Indian River Lagoon
Is dying the death of a thousand cuts.
A hundred years, a thousand years or perhaps yesterday,
Our friend will die.
Stand on the Eau Gallie Causeway bridge, look over the side, take a deep breathe, what do you see. Think about it, what did the Indian River Lagoon look like 50 years ago? What will it look like 50 years from today?
It’s time to ask yourself, is our friend – the Indian River Lagoon dying? If your gut is telling you yes, then it’s time to invest into changing it’s downward path. Are you going to help your friend?
With dipping dissolved oxygen levels throughout the lagoon and high water temperatures, the lagoon is changing different shades of brown and green. Fish kills are continuing; dolphins, manatees and pelicans are still dying; seagrass is struggling, and the algae family is blooming.
Are you going to help your friend?
Take the time now to invest in the Indian River Lagoon’s future for our property values, our tourism industry and our fishing/recreational industry.
Our friend, the Indian River Lagoon is dying, will it take us all down with it?