IN THE WORDS OF THE OCEAN PROTECTORS

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In recognition of World Oceans Day, the Keys Weekly spoke to three “ocean protectors” to hear firsthand how the blue waters have impacted their lives and shaped...

CORALPALOOZA 2021: DIVING INTO CORAL RESTORATION

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By Tiffany Duong and Jim McCarthy One of the largest coral outplanting events of the year might have been hindered due to conditions, but that didn’t stop the...

KEYS CAPTAINS REMOVE DERELICT TRAPS & RESCUE A SEA TURTLE

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Eleven fishing captains from Key West and the Lower Keys spent three days on the water May 24-26 removing not fish, but abandoned or derelict traps, line...

WHAT BRINGS FABIEN COUSTEAU TO THE FLORIDA KEYS? THE OCEAN, OF COURSE

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Here in the Florida Keys, we’re no strangers to underwater cleanup dives ‒ both why they're needed as well as how much good they can do, especially...

COUNTY UPDATING PLAN FOR FIXING CANALS

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Monroe County is seeking public comment on its plan for managing the quality of canals in the Keys. But time is running out. At the April 21 Board...

FLORIDA HOUSE COMMITTEE VOTES TO VOID KEY WEST’S CRUISE SHIP REDUCTIONS

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The bill that would nullify Key West's voter-approved cruise ship reductions is making its way through the Florida House of Representatives and its committees. The bill already...

WHEN YOU LIVE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS, EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY

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Our theme for APRIL is MOTHER NATURE. In MAY, we’re celebrating MOMS! Send us pictures of any moms you want to celebrate and/or the human, furry, plant...

EARTH DAY 2021: WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

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Every year, Earth Day celebrates all things wild on this big blue planet of ours. Here in the Keys, there’s no shortage of amazing places and animals....

Hurricane forecast does not paint a cheery picture

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As usual, Colorado State University issued its hurricane forecast first. Phil Klotzbach is calling for 17 named storms, eight hurricanes, and four major hurricanes. In 2020, the...

THAT HIPPIE BAND ROCKS EARTH DAY IN KEY WEST

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Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson saw the ravages of the 1969 Santa Barbara, California oil spill. He saw the Cuyahoga River catch fire from pollutants in downtown Cleveland....
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