Another Great Day at the Pool!

Posted Friday September 30, 2016 by Reef Relief

Another great day snorkeling at the MLK pool with Sugarloaf Students!...

Another great day snorkeling at the MLK pool with Sugarloaf Students!...

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Snorkeling at the pool with Sugarloaf Middle Schoolers!

Posted Thursday September 29, 2016 by Reef Relief

Today was an exciting day for Reef Relief and Sugarloaf School’s 6th,...

Today was an exciting day for Reef Relief and Sugarloaf School’s 6th, 7th, and 8th graders! All of the marine biology students took a field trip to the MLK pool...

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Snorkeling at the pool with Sugarloaf Middle Schoolers!

Stop the Algae! Save your Rivers and Everglades!

Posted Wednesday September 28, 2016 by Reef Relief

If you are a resident in any of the 16 counties in...

If you are a resident in any of the 16 counties in the Everglades watershed who cares about their health, water, environment, votes& taxes then come to The John Marshall...

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An underwater investigation of coral bleaching in the South Pacific

Posted Monday September 26, 2016 by Reef Relief

Reefs occupy just 1% of the world’s marine environment, but they provide...

Reefs occupy just 1% of the world’s marine environment, but they provide a home to a quarter of marine species—including a unique set of fish, turtles and algae. Many of...

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“Geography Spin” Magazine Features Coral Campers Baylie and Nathan!

Posted Thursday September 22, 2016 by Reef Relief

The September issue of “Geography Spin” discusses what kids are doing to...

The September issue of “Geography Spin” discusses what kids are doing to conserve our oceans. Coral Campers, Nathan Barroso and Baylie Brewer, are featured in the magazine for their dedication...

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“Geography Spin” Magazine Features Coral Campers Baylie and Nathan!

INITIATIVE TO RESTORE ONE MILLION CORALS LAUNCHES IN THE CARIBBEAN AND FLORIDA KEYS

Posted Wednesday September 21, 2016 by Reef Relief

“As global challenges to the long-term sustainability of coral reefs intensify, so...

“As global challenges to the long-term sustainability of coral reefs intensify, so must our efforts to understand and address them,” said Dr. Michael P. Crosby, President & CEO of Mote....

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INITIATIVE TO RESTORE ONE MILLION CORALS LAUNCHES IN THE CARIBBEAN AND FLORIDA KEYS

Reef Relief Staff Performs Key West Marine Park Buoy Maintenance!

Posted Tuesday September 20, 2016 by Reef Relief

All Reef Relief staff was at the Key West Marine Park today...

All Reef Relief staff was at the Key West Marine Park today to perform maintenance on the buoys marking the swim areas. Salt water is very corrosive so it is...

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Latest ocean warming review reveals extent of impacts on nature and humans

Posted Tuesday September 13, 2016 by Reef Relief

Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, 5 September (IUCN) – Ocean warming is affecting humans in...

Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, 5 September (IUCN) – Ocean warming is affecting humans in direct ways and the impacts are already being felt, including effects on fish stocks and crop yields, more...

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Latest ocean warming review reveals extent of impacts on nature and humans

Thank you to the Wells Fargo volunteers!

Posted Tuesday September 13, 2016 by Reef Relief

This past Saturday, 13 volunteers from the North Roosevelt Wells Fargo branch...

This past Saturday, 13 volunteers from the North Roosevelt Wells Fargo branch joined us for storm drain stenciling in New Town. Key West has over 1000 storm drains and many...

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Thank you to the Wells Fargo volunteers!

Key West Parrot Head Club Cruise Raffle

Posted Friday September 09, 2016 by Reef Relief

Key West Parrot Head Club is holding a raffle for your chance...

Key West Parrot Head Club is holding a raffle for your chance to win a cruise for two to raise funds for local charities including Reef Relief! Tickets are $20...

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Key West Parrot Head Club Cruise Raffle

Congratulations to the Reef Relief Citizens of the Month!

Posted Thursday September 08, 2016 by Reef Relief

Reef Relief recognizes Zachary Totton, Brian East, Jon Maravilla, Thurman Scott II,...

Reef Relief recognizes Zachary Totton, Brian East, Jon Maravilla, Thurman Scott II, Amos Goble, Trey Cundiff, and Ricky Ray from the U.S. Coast Guard as the organization’s Environmental Citizens of the Month...

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Congratulations to the Reef Relief Citizens of the Month!

Microplastic Awareness Month!

Posted Thursday September 08, 2016 by Reef Relief

September 2016 is Microplastic Awareness Month! Watch to see how microplastics are...

September 2016 is Microplastic Awareness Month! Watch to see how microplastics are harming our ocean and what you can to to help eliminate them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVoFeELi_vQ...

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Microplastic Awareness Month!

29th Annual Membership Meeting

Posted Thursday July 14, 2016 by Reef Relief

Title: 29th Annual Membership MeetingLocation: The Casa Marina ResortDescription: Reef Relief’s 29th...

Title: 29th Annual Membership MeetingLocation: The Casa Marina ResortDescription: Reef Relief’s 29th Annual Membership Meeting is to be held Monday, July 18th, 6-8pm at the Casa Marina Resort in their...

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How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

Posted Monday June 20, 2016 by Reef Relief

Have you ever wondered how ocean pollution affects humans? Check out this...

Have you ever wondered how ocean pollution affects humans? Check out this article...

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Plastic Bags Recycled Into Sleeping Mats for the Homeless

Posted Wednesday December 02, 2015 by Reef Relief

One way to keep plastic bags out of our oceans is to...

One way to keep plastic bags out of our oceans is to recycle them into sleeping mats for the homeless! Volunteers in Omaha, Nebraska have turned the non-decomposable materials into...

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Tips on How to Go Green at Home

Posted Friday October 30, 2015 by Reef Relief

Tips on How to Go Green at Home By Katherine Oakes An...

Tips on How to Go Green at Home By Katherine Oakes An awareness of our planet’s health and the appeal of living green has finally begun to fall in step...

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Tips on How to Go Green at Home

Assessing relative resilience potential of coral reefs to inform management

Posted Wednesday October 14, 2015 by Reef Relief

We found this article to be extremely interesting and informative and hope...

We found this article to be extremely interesting and informative and hope you will too!...

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Assessing relative resilience potential of coral reefs to inform management

Read Reef Relief’s President Emeritus, Captain Victoria Impallomeni’s Newsletter

Posted Thursday September 24, 2015 by Reef Relief

Dancing Dolphins Spirits Charters with Captain Victoria Impallomeni is something everyone should...

Dancing Dolphins Spirits Charters with Captain Victoria Impallomeni is something everyone should try to experience while they are in Key West. Check out her Fall Equinox newsletter for an introduction...

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Read Reef Relief’s President Emeritus, Captain Victoria Impallomeni’s Newsletter

Scientists Fast-Track the Evolution of the Great Barrier Reef’s Corals

Posted Wednesday September 23, 2015 by Reef Relief

Reef Relief found this article interesting and hope you will, too!  ...

Reef Relief found this article interesting and hope you will, too!   http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/scientists-fast-track-the-evolution-of-the-great-barrier-reef-s-corals/?WT.mc_id=SA_ENGYSUS_20150917...

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Scientists Fast-Track the Evolution of the Great Barrier Reef’s Corals

New Addition to the Team!

Posted Wednesday September 09, 2015 by Reef Relief

Lindsey Reisz joined the Reef Relief staff as a summer intern in...

Lindsey Reisz joined the Reef Relief staff as a summer intern in 2015 for the Coral Camp program. Originally from Nashville, TN, she graduated from the University of South Carolina...

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New Addition to the Team!