TC Palm

March 4, 2015


Dirty River Jam to benefit RiverKeeper

By News Release


Martin County


Dirty River Jam announced


Terra Fermata, 26 S.E. Sixth St., Stuart, is hosting Dirty River Jam on May 30 to benefit the Indian Riverkeeper program. The Indian Riverkeeper program is part of the national organization Waterkeeper Alliance and is a member-supported watchdog organization dedicated to defending the Indian River Lagoon.


A chili cook-off, dessert auction, games, raffles and T-shirts sales are a few of the ways money will be raised for Martin County’s Indian Riverkeeper. Bands confirmed for the event are New Orleans based Strung Like a Horse and local favorite, the Humdingers. There will be a special performance from Nashville Country singer Raquel Renner and some local river activists performing as the Dirty River Band.


There are still sponsorship opportunities available ranging from $100 to $1000. The Indian River Keeper is 501 3c and all sponsorships and donations are 100 percent tax deductible. Floridians Against Fracking, Ashley’s Fun House, and East Coast Custom Creations are sponsoring Dirty River Jam.


For more information about Dirty River Jam, contact Darcy at or 772-486-9109.