In recognition of World Oceans Day, the Florida Keys-based Coral Restoration Foundation is staging its first-ever “Plantapalooza” Monday during which CRF staff, interns, board members and volunteers hope to plant at least 1,000 reef-building staghorn corals in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Below the surface of the water in South Florida, there’s an incredible world many of us don’t see. We have some amazing diving, like off Key Largo. And now, there will be another unique dive site for locals and visitors to visit–the Rapa Nui Reef.
In recognition of World Oceans Day, Key Largo’s Coral Restoration Foundation (CRF) is planning “Plantapalooza” during which in foundation staff, interns, board members and volunteers will plant 1,000 reef-building staghorn corals in waters off the upper Florida Keys.
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A Key Largo man is in jail Wednesday night, accused of beating his wife so severely with a shotgun he broke the gun on her, before leading authorities on a chase that ended with an injured deputy.