13 March 2019

Mote Marine’s Ocean Fest to Celebrate Undersea World April 13 in Key West

Ocean aficionados can celebrate the unique marine environment of the Florida Keys, which includes the continental United States’ only living coral barrier reef, during Mote Marine Laboratory’s 2019 Ocean Fest in Key West. 
22 February 2019

Coral Restoration and Wild Bird Rehabilitation are Missions for Florida Keys Environmental Groups

Truly unique environmental organizations attract visitors to the Florida Keys & Key West who are marine scientists, ornithologists, nature lovers - and eco-conscious vacationers.
22 January 2019

Connect & Protect: Discovering ‘Secret’ Gardens of the Florida Keys

The wildly diverse ecosystems of the Florida Keys can perhaps best be discovered in hidden gardens, tucked off main thoroughfares and the Overseas Highway throughout the 125-mile-long island chain.
18 January 2019

‘Taste the Florida Keys with Chef Michelle Bernstein’ to Debut Nationwide Feb. 1

Award-winning Chef Michelle Bernstein showcases the culinary and atmospheric flavors of the Florida Keys in an hour-long television special scheduled to premiere Feb. 1 on public television stations nationwide.  
26 December 2018

Connect & Protect: Enjoy Voluntourism Activities in the Florida Keys

Visitors and seasonal “snowbirds” who want to do something good or add an enriching element to their next Florida Keys vacation can find area charities and nonprofit organizations dedicated to protecting and improving environmental quality — and human and animal life — that seek volunteers throughout the year. 
20 November 2018

Connect & Protect: Discover Keys Birds, Marine Life and Flora at Four Nature Attractions

Inviting environmental attractions await visitors to the Florida Keys & Key West, whether they’re interested in learning about marine mammals, sea turtles, wild birds or the plant species that add color and lushness to the island chain’s landscape. 
19 October 2018

Florida Keys Conservation a Priority for Generations

For more than 100 years, the Florida Keys’ richly diverse natural environment has been recognized and protected by foresighted conservation efforts. The Keys’ four national wildlife refuges and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary foster the protection of endangered plants, animals and marine life as well as the continental United States’ only living coral barrier reef.