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This Keys Treasures Blog is for Conchs and Conch Wannabees with info about the Treasures of the Florida Keys. A one stop spot for all your News, Events, Opinions, History and more great articles. And you can add your comments. Below is a list of Recent Posts, Tags and Categories.

There are also many pages of additional information about Florida Keys Fishing, Diving, Boating, Resorts, Beaches, Restaurants, Job Listings and locations through the Florida Keys.

Coming soon will be a list of other Florida Keys Blogs. Stay tuned.

Recent Posts

Islamorada’s Morada Bay For Sale at $15 million
Morada Bay — a 3.68-acre waterfront property in Islamorada that includes the upscale, French-tropical fusion restaurant Pierre’s — is on
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Key West Considers Making Island Friendlier For Bikes
By NANCY KLINGENER  Key West is a good place to get around under your own power whether it’s by bike
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Florida Keys Students on the Water With Sharks
By Michael Quirk Key West Citizen Students encountering sharks has been a tagline for cheesy horror flicks over the years.
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Judy Blume Knows All Your Secrets
After 17 years, the confidante for legions of young readers is about to publish a new novel for adults. I read
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Drink in the Island Life at Lorelei
By Tony Capecchi “Another perfect day, on this island town.” It was impossible to argue with the guitar-strumming duo who
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Islamorada Resorts Offer Savings to Floridians This Summer
With the start of summer just around the corner, Islamorada Resort Company’s four hotels – Amara Cay Resort, Pelican Cove
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Protected Molasses Reef Great for Diving and Snorkeling
The captain gives the OK and the Finstermeister family from Iowa piles on the dive boat.  “I can’t find my
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Florida Keys No. 2 in Florida Boating Accidents
By Kevin Wadlow kwadlow@keynoter.com In a deadly year on Florida waters, the Florida Keys remain one of the most dangerous
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Key Largo’s Ken Nedimyer a National Award of Excellence Winner
Add another national honor for Ken Nedimyer, founder and president of the Coral Restoration Foundation in Key Largo. Monday, the
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Coral Safe Sunscreens
As you can see by the picture, there are many causes to Coral Bleaching. One of the problems that is
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Key West Fishing Legend Ralph Delph
Legendary Key West light-tackle guide captain Ralph Delph retired from charter fishing just about a year ago, but it’s highly
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Sexton’s House Project at Historic Key West Cemetery
By Gwen Filosa gfilosa@keysnews.com A year after city commissioners balked at plans to build a $532,000 sexton’s house at the
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Saving Florida Keys Lighthouse History
Keys lighthouses are on a list the trust issued Thursday of 2015’s Most Endangered Historic Sites. The program is “designed
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The Best Florida Keys Lionfish Killers
By Kevin Wadlow kwadlow@keynoter.com Dropping 80 to 100 feet under the ocean surface to start her day’s work, Rachel Lynn
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Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day May 16
State fishery managers have designated the first Saturday after Mother’s Day each year to be “Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day.” On
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Healthy Coral Reefs Require Parrot Fish
By Don Rhodes KeysInfoNet.com While drifting along on a shallow ledge on Conch Reef, I spot a group of colorful
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Florida Keys Summer Camps Welcome Kids
A new summer day camp in Key Largo invites youths to make a splash. The REEF Ocean Explorers Summer Camp,
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Hens & Chickens Perfect for New and Veteran Divers
It’s a beautiful spring day on the ocean. I do “giant stride” off the back of the dive boat into
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Workshops Teach Divers to Hunt Invasive Lionfish
Here’s something you don’t see every day: divers and marine conservationists hunting one of the world’s most beautiful fishes. As
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Stone-crab – Healthy Harvest, Prices Booming
Fishermen are still pulling traps in the final two weeks of stone-crab season, but early indications suggest a step toward
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Wrestling With Giants in the Florida Keys
By Scott Mackenthun “Bow to the king,” advises fishing guide Rick Stancyk. His advice is a simple reminder that when
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