Brevard Indian River Lagoon Coalition Unveils New Website For Latest Information on Space Coast Waterways

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The Brevard Indian River Lagoon Coalition has unveiled a new look to its website, helpthelagoon.org. The new site is more graphic and simpler to navigate and find pertinent information, in order to enhance the user experience.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard Indian River Lagoon Coalition has unveiled a new look to its website, helpthelagoon.org.

The new site is more graphic and simpler to navigate and find pertinent information, in order to enhance the user experience.

According to webmaster Helayne Ray, the redesigned HelpTheLagoon website features ‘Straight Talk’, a new section designed as a “go-to” for the latest information on the health of the lagoon, the tax fund, links to scientific research, project status, and questions answered by the people in the know.

The section will be constantly updated resulting in a repository of Lagoon information with links back to their sources.

The new site also includes a “Newsroom” section featuring unrestricted access for the media that includes all news releases and videos, and photo sections designed for use by the media as lagoon stock footage for their stories.

There is also a section devoted to Coalition Lagoon Partners, the organizations that make up the Coalition and share the vision of a healthy lagoon and healthy environment.

“The website’s clean new design incorporates many engaging photos and provides ease of navigation to topics of public interest,” said Ray.

“The How You Can Help section clearly identifies how the public can help on an individual basis. Brevard IRL Coalition’s non-profit partners are featured so the public can learn what they do, review volunteer opportunities and link to the Partners’ websites for more information. And the county Event calendar contains all Lagoon related events hosted by the County, our Partners, and more.”

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