Hello, Marty Baum here, your new Indian Riverkeeper, welcome to our website. I am honored to have been selected for this position, and will work hard to be a worthy advocate of the Indian River lagoon, its tributaries, fisheries and habitats.
The Indian Riverkeeper
...is a non-profit organization.
...is funded solely by members, citizens, businesses, foundations and grants.
...is a membership organization.
...is an independent voice for the Indian River Lagoon.
...board is composed of unpaid volunteers who have a desire to protect our waters.
...Is a member of Waterkeeper Alliance.
For more information about Indian Riverkeeper, visit "Our Work" page and "News & Archives".
To learn about the lagoon visit the "Indian River Lagoon" page.
We would appreciate your support. Become a
member of the Indian Riverkeeper team!
Contact us at Indian Riverkeeper
P.O. Box 1812
Jensen Beach, Fl.
Click on the the video above to watch a short clip on the importance of clean water and the mission of Waterkeeper Alliance
"The mission of the Indian Riverkeeper is to protect and restore the waters of North America's most diverse estuary, the Indian River Lagoon, its tributaries, fisheries and habitats through advocacy, enforcement and citizen action."
New Riverkeeper Marty Baum
Post Mullet Run Celebration!
A giant thank you to all the wonderful folks who
came out to eat, drink, dance and support the Indian Riverkeeper mission at the annual Mullet Run celebration on Saturday.
The weather was great and everyone got to meet Marty Baum, our new Riverkeeper.
And a really giant thank you to Richard at Taylor Creek Marina and all of his employees who go out of their way to let us hold our event on their property. We love you Richard!
And thanks to Keeper Springs Water for their