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Last Stand and the Everglades Law Center invite you to a discussion led by top experts on water quality, hydrology, and coral reefs. Events in Key Largo and Key West.

Everglades Restoration and Impact on the Keys

The Last Stand Annual Meeting on January 25th at the Eco-Discovery Center in Key West featured an educational presentation by Tabitha Cale, PhD from

Last Stand Promoting Bicycle Use

Freewheelin' Fridays

Florida Reviews Cruise Ship Industry

The Florida Department of Transportation commissioned a study to determine what actions would ensure t

Key West: No Channel Widening

The voters of Key West spoke decisively on October 1st, voting no on the referendum to conduct a channel widening feasibility study.  By voting no, Ke

Last Stand Opposes Channel Widening Feasibility Study

Coral Reef and Dredging Town Hall Forum a Success

Everyone was invited to learn more about the condition of the coral reef, the Lower Keys fishery and economic impacts of water based tourism from the experts on Thursday August 22nd at the Tropic Cine

Saving Endangered Key Deer

The pressure is on the Monroe Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) to relax or remove restrictions on development in Big Pine and No Name Keys that currently exist to protect Key Deer and Lower Keys Marsh Rabbits.

Crane Point Preservation & Proposed Zip Line

Crane Point Hammock, in the middle of Marathon, is a unique, substantially undeveloped 63-acre site with important ecological, historical and archeological value.  Owned by the non-profit

Walker's Island Dredging Amendment Voted Down

The proposal by the owners of Walker's Island to allow them to essentially dredge a new channel in the Florida Keys