At the end of August, Key Dives stepped up its cleanup efforts with a Dive Against Debris “Trash Trek” followed by a turtle release. During the all-day affair, the dive shop, which has collected over 11,000 pound of marine debris off local reefs since it started cleanups in 2018, visited “neglected reefs” that had probably never been cleaned before. They found old anchors, chains, line and trap debris — 519 pounds in total. They capped off the successful day with a turtle release in partnership with the Turtle Hospital in Marathon. The Key Dives crew had rescued Rocky, a juvenile green sea turtle, weeks before when he had been looking lethargic. After some R&R at the hospital and help getting rid of intestinal issues, he was ready to go back to his home, Rocky Top Reef.