Improving Financial Stability in the Florida Keys
United Way Directs Funds to Protect Marine Ecosystem in Florida KeysLearn More
Over 60% of Keys residents are dependent upon the marine environment for their occupation. Building a healthy and sustainable reef ecosystem will ensure a thriving economy and healthy environment for the citizens of the Florida Keys.
Corals grow slowly. Mission: Iconic Reefs uses several phases to ensure that multiple coral species as well as other important reef species can be restored over time.Learn More
UWCK is pleased to coordinate the Restoring the Florida Keys through Reef Restoration and Beyond project, working with NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary's Mission: Iconic Reefs project. As part of our commitment to strengthen the community, UWCK aims to create an environment for Keys residents to thrive.Learn More
Have you heard about our online Marine Science Resource Guide? Whether you are a local or a visitor, a teacher, a parent, a student or a lifelong learner, we have a comprehensive guide to various opportunities for you to experience and learn about the Florida Keys marine environment. Use this link or go to KeysToTheSeas.org.Marine Resource Guide
Complementing the reef restoration components of the UAE-UWCK reef revitalization partnership, education is critical to the sustainability of this bold project investing in the future of the Florida Keys. We are proud to announce the UWCK Marine Science Education Grant – Creating the Next Generation of Reef Stewards.Marine Science Education Grants