The organization Keep Brevard Beautiful is seeking volunteers Thursday morning to rid the beaches of dead fish that washed ashore some southern Brevard County beaches as a result of a red tide bloom, according to county officials. County officials said the beaches in the Melbourne and Indialantic area experienced some of the worst fish kills related to the toxic algae that has littered beaches all over the state with dead fish Wednesday.
The cleanup begins at 9 a.m. at these locations:
Spessard Holland South Beach Park2545 Highway A1AMelbourne Beach, FL 32951
Juan Ponce de Leon Landing4005 Highway A1AMelbourne Beach, FL 32951
Howard E. Futch Park at Paradise Beach2301 N. Highway A1AMelbourne, Fl. 32903