Events Calendar

Events Calendar

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Date Description  
February 23, 2024
11:00 AM

Sip N Shop at J. McLaughlin in the Village Shops

Fundraising
Mark your calendar to join the Land Trust Philanthropy team for a day of shopping for a good cause! A portion of every purchase made at J. McLaughlin in the Village Shops of Vero Beach on February 23, 2024 will go back to the Indian River Land Trust. Join us from 11 am - 4 pm. No RSVP or Registration Required!

Location:
6210 Florida A1A, Vero Beach
February 27, 2024
10:00 AM
THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT!

Conservation Tour: Spoonbill Marsh

Conservation Tour
Spoonbill Marsh is a 65-acre man-made wetland system designed and managed to cleanse naturally-occurring residue from Indian River County’s drinking water treatment plant that draws from deep groundwater wells. Tour participants will enjoy an easy, 1.5-mile walk on uncovered boardwalks and gravel roads around the naturalized wetlands while learning about the facility’s history, goals, design features, water monitoring, and native plants and wildlife.

Location:
Spoonbill Marsh
This tour is full
February 29, 2024
7:00 AM

Birding Tour: Lagoon Greenway

Birding Tour
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located within the 187-acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5-mile path through mangrove forest to a Lagoon overlook, then along the Northern Loop of the greenway. The tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Lagoon Greenway

Please Register for this event.
March 1, 2024
9:30 AM

Invasive Plant Removal: Lagoon Greenway

Stewardship
Invasive plants are a major threat to the health and integrity of native wildlife habitats. They crowd out native plants that provide food and shelter. Restoration includes hand removal of non-native weeds, vines and saplings to prevent degradation or loss of native plant communities. Join us to spend a morning improving our protected habitats. All equipment, including gloves, are provided.

Location:
Lagoon Greenway

Please Register for this event.
March 7, 2024
10:00 AM

Conservation Tour: Oyster Bar Marsh

Conservation Tour
Oyster Bar Marsh is a beautiful three-mile, round trip walk weaving through a 155-acre mangrove forest. It includes boardwalks and observation platforms highlighting the diverse plant and animal life. Keep your eyes open for manatees and dolphins at the Lagoon overlook.

Location:
Oyster Bar Marsh

Please Register for this event.
March 9, 2024
7:00 AM

Birding Tour: Bee Gum Point Preserve

Birding Tour
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111-acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5-mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon. The tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point Preserve

Please Register for this event.
March 13, 2024
10:00 AM

Conservation Tour: Bee Gum Point Preserve

Conservation Tour
All are invited on a morning nature walk. A knowledgeable volunteer will lead the group on an outing to explore the habitats and history of this 111-acre protected area. The walk is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point Preserve

Please Register for this event.
March 15, 2024
9:30 AM

Invasive Plant Removal: Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail

Stewardship
Invasive plants are a major threat to the health and integrity of native wildlife habitats. They crowd out native plants that provide food and shelter. Restoration includes hand removal of non-native weeds, vines and saplings to prevent degradation or loss of native plant communities. Join us to spend a morning improving our protected habitats. All equipment, including gloves, are provided.

Location:
Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail

Please Register for this event.
March 19, 2024
10:00 AM

Conservation Tour: Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail

Conservation Tour
This 50-acre block of conservation lands is situated on the west side of the Lagoon a mile south of the Wabasso Causeway. It contains oak trees, scrub forest, mangroves, and beautiful views of the Indian River Lagoon. The walk is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail

Please Register for this event.
March 28, 2024
7:00 AM

Birding Tour: Lagoon Greenway

Birding Tour
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located within the 187-acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5-mile path through mangrove forest to a Lagoon overlook, then along the Northern Loop of the greenway. The tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Lagoon Greenway

Please Register for this event.
April 3, 2024
7:00 AM

Birding Tour: Bee Gum Point Preserve

Bird
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111-acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5-mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon. The tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point Preserve

Please Register for this event.
April 11, 2024
10:00 AM

Conservation Tour: Oyster Bar Marsh

Conservation Tour
Oyster Bar Marsh is a beautiful three-mile, round trip walk weaving through a 155-acre mangrove forest. It includes boardwalks and observation platforms highlighting the diverse plant and animal life. Keep your eyes open for manatees and dolphins at the Lagoon overlook.

Location:
Oyster Bar Marsh

Please Register for this event.
April 13, 2024
7:00 AM

Birding Tour: Bee Gum Point Preserve

Birding Tour
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111-acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5-mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon. The tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point Preserve

Please Register for this event.