REDWOOD — The Indian River Lakes’ WHIRL program is a natural for students like Meadow G. Webb, holder of a name that conjures up our natural environment.

But WHIRL — Water and Habitat on the Indian River Lakes — is a teen environmental education program designed for students of all interests managed by the Indian River Lakes Conservancy. The program aims to bring together environmentalists of different ages and experiences to learn from one another and to grow a community of people principled around protecting water quality, especially within the Indian River Lakes watershed.

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