Join Indian Riverkeeper, keep the water clean!
Why is it important to become a member?
When the Indian Riverkeeper works with an agency or participates in a lawsuit, it's member base is a measure of it's influence. The more members we have behind us, the stronger and more influential our collective voice for the lagoon! Even joining at the lowest level will help! If you can donate, please let us consider you a member also.
Supporting the work of the Indian Riverkeeper is easy.
....Give us your name and mailing information.
....Choose a level of support.
It's that easy and you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are helping to protect a truly irreplaceable resource for future generations.
The Riverkeeper will send you a welcome information packet and an invoice.
Or you can print this page and mail it along with
your check to:
P.O. Box 1812
Jensen Beach, Fl.
In a hurry? Go to the home page and click the donate button to pay with pay pal. We will receive your information and put you on our member list.
Indian Riverkeeper is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organized under The Treasure Coast Environmental Defense Fund and serves as a watchdog for the Indian River Lagoon, its tributaries, and the public to whom it belongs.
Indian Riverkeeper works to improve water quality in and around the lagoon, to protect it's fisheries, marine life and habitat. We also seek to educate the public about the lagoon and the issues that impact its water quality.
Indian Riverkeeper is a membership-based advocacy organization. Indian Riverkeeper relies on donations, members and grants for funding.
We depend on the generous support of businesses and concerned citizens like our members that recognize the value and importance of the Indian River Lagoon and the work we do to protect and improve it.
Indian Riverkeeper believes that citizen advocacy is necessary to insure that our natural resources do not take a back seat to corporate agendas and government complacency.
We employ a full time Riverkeeper, Marty Baum
to help us to achieve our goals.
What is the Indian Riverkeeper?
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The easiest way to help and become a member is to use the Donate button on our home page and pay with a credit card. Your information will be forwarded to us. Alternatively, you may fill out and submit the form below and we will send you an invoice. Thanks