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St. Lucie County's Communications Division is always looking for ways to reach residents and visitors, whether it is through our websites, government access channel (SLCTV Comcast 28 / U-Verse 99), social media, mobile apps or traditional media outlets such as newspapers and television stations. 

There are plenty of ways to stay connected to St. Lucie County government. Our social media handle is @StLucieGov - find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Nextdoor and LinkedIn.

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Volunteers Needed To Bag Oyster Shells Jan. 20

Post Date:01/08/2018 1:29 PM

Volunteers are needed to help St. Lucie County create future oyster reefs on Saturday, Jan. 20 starting at 9 a.m. at Harbour Pointe Park, 350 Avenue M, Extension E. 

Volunteers are need to create roughly 1,000 oyster modules to complete an oyster reef project at Indian Hills Recreation Area, which will:

  • Create fish habitat;
  • Filter unwanted nutrients from entering the Indian River Lagoon;
  • Redirect stormwater effluent, which impacts the health and growth of seagrasses;
  • Stabilize the shoreline.

This work is being done thanks to a grant from the Indian River Lagoon Estuary Program.

Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing and bring gloves, sunscreen and water.

For more information about volunteering, contact St. Lucie County Coastal Resources Supervisor Jim Oppenborn at 772-462-1713 or oppenbornj@stlucieco.org.

The oyster reef program would not be possible without the dedicated support of local volunteers, as well as area restaurants and raw bars. 

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