Riverkeeper Wish List

The Indian Riverkeeper is committed to an on the water presence in the Indian River Lagoon and its watershed. We are in need of members, to show the breadth of local support for clean water.
We need member contributions that will bring matching grant funding and give us standing in the face of new legislation requiring members in counties where our appeals are to be presented.
We need funds for our legal challenges of the Lake Toho  drawdown, deep well injection of partially treated sewage and the discharge of polluted water into our estuary from Lake Okeechobee and the SFWMD canals.
We need video, office and presentation equipment to build our capacity, to document pollution and to report to the public.          

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Possom the Pipefish needs your help.  Opossum pipefish live in the Atlantic Ocean, Carribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.  Their only true home, where they mate and breed, is along the Treasure Coast in the Sebastian, Loxahatchee and St. Lucie Rivers. Possom's home is threatened by stormwater runoff and weed control.

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Last Edited 07/16/2008