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Upper Keys Weekly

Take a Book, Share a Book

Aug 22, 2019. Upper Keys Weekly

p.27 The well-read women book club installed a Little Free Library at Portside Gallery to serve as a community hub and educational source.

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Restoration Blueprint: Proposal would preserve fragile marine environment

Aug 22, 2019. Upper Keys Weekly

p.22 NOAA rolled out their Draft Environmental Impact Statement or “Restoration Blueprint” for the FKNMS a the FKNMS Sanctuary Advisory Council meeting.

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The Islamorada Beer Baby: Middle Keys baby makes sudden appearance in unlikely spot

Aug 22, 2019. Upper Keys Weekly

p.13 Bonnie Barry had a surprise delivery of her son Sawyer Anderson on the steps of Islamorada Beer Company.

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Coral Collaboration – Scientists, Students, and Veterans join forces

Aug 15, 2019. Upper Keys Weekly

As part of Mote’s Staghorn Restoration Program, SCUBAnauts International and Combat Wounded Veterans Challenge joined coral scientists for a week of research and restoration.

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Floating and Flying: Sundance Watersports introduces SNUBA diving

Aug 15, 2019. Upper Keys Weekly

p. 28, Matt Cabell is the underwater guide at Sundance Watersports, which recently introduced SNUBA diving.

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Keys Conservation Creators: Keys Couple Uses Art to Inspire Others, Protect Nature

Aug 8, 2019. Upper Keys Weekly

p. 30-31, 20 Questions with Ian Wilson-Navarro, an adventure and wildlife photographer, and Victoria Cassar, a marine plastic debris conservation artist. The couple draw inspiration from the Keys and their shared desire to save it.

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Marathon Weekly

Restoration Blueprint: Proposal would preserve fragile marine environment

Aug 22, 2019. Marathon Weekly

p.34 NOAA rolled out their Draft Environmental Impact Statement or “Restoration Blueprint” for the FKNMS a the FKNMS Sanctuary Advisory Council meeting.

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The Islamorada Beer Baby: Middle Keys baby makes sudden appearance in unlikely spot

Aug 22, 2019. Marathon Weekly

p.10 Bonnie Barry had a surprise delivery of her son Sawyer Anderson on the steps of Islamorada Beer Company.

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Seller Hoping for Buyout: Marathon Submits a List of 17 Homes

Aug 15, 2019. Marathon Weekly

p6. Lori Rittel’s home was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Since then, she hasn’t been granted a permit to fix her home nor does she have the money to sell it. She’s caught in a Catch-22 and still lives in “squalor hollow.” Her last hope is the County’s Voluntary BuyOut Program.

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