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Marathon girls install a device to save pelicans

Mia Triosi, 18, and Ria Rodriguez, 17, knocked a recent class project right out of the water. Or into the water. One of those. Craig Titus of the...

New videos highlight One Human Family and Keys’ fragility

A new video on the Florida Keys’ marketing website at fla-keys.com highlights Key West’s inclusiveness by featuring local residents who provide various answers to the recurring question...
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Community argues for, against Restoration Blueprint

Inside the Islander Conference Center on Dec. 10, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Superintendent Sarah Fangman and advisory council members listened intently as captains, conservation stakeholders and...
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Municipalities proactive on flooding, sea level rise

Representatives from various governmental entities convened with leaders in the fields of public works, infrastructure development, and thinkers from business and higher education for the 11th annual...
WORTH THE WAIT – CRF corals spawn later than predicted - A man swimming in the dark - Free-diving

WORTH THE WAIT – CRF corals spawn later than predicted

Each year, just after the August full moon, scientists, divers, and coral nerds in the Keys hang out at the bottom of the ocean in the middle...
Kinsey, pictured left, practices casting with her mother, Melissa, right.

Annual Ocean Fest set to educate, entertain

Waves of underwater and outdoor enthusiasts, eco-travelers and families came out last year to celebrate the marine environment during Mote Marine Laboratory’s inaugural Ocean Fest: A Community...
The Steel Strawman Saving The Environment ‘One Sip At A Time’ - A man wearing a hat - Purple

The Steel Strawman Saving The Environment ‘One Sip At A Time’

At 77 years old, Ted Massinello is trekking up and down the Keys with steel straws and a “save the environment one sip at a time” slogan. Massinello,...
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Marathon crowd generates stack of questions for sanctuary staff

It wasn’t quite the standing-room-only crowd on Sept. 30 in Marathon High School’s auditorium, but the audience was substantial, to hear region-specific details about the National Marine...
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Community Comments on Sanctuary Blueprint

The conversation about the proposed blueprint has reached a fever pitch in Key West. The Keys are passionate about their waters — and rightly so. The shallow waters...
‘TROUBLED WATERS’ - A turtle swimming under water - WLRN-FM

‘TROUBLED WATERS’

WLRN’s new documentary “Troubled Waters: Turtle’s Tale” explores the impact of human behavior on our environment — as seen through the lens of one of the Keys’...
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