Lignumvitae Key Was Once Known as ‘Isle of Firewood’

The history of Lignumvitae Key dates back in time when the islands of the FloridaRead More…

Protecting and Restoring Seagrass at Lignumvitae Key

Visiting the Florida Keys usually means a trip to the coral reef, a habitat thatRead More…

5 Must-Stop Island Spots in the Florida Keys – Islamorada

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