2010 Sanctuary News Releases

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December

12/05/2010 New Report Outlines Restoration Activities to Speed Seagrass Recovery in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

 

November

11/30/2010 Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting in Key West

11/29/2010 New Rule Prohibits Vessel Sewage Discharge into Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Waters

11/08/2010 Still Time to Register for Lower Keys Lionfish Derby: Over $3,000 in Cash and Prizes Up for Grabs

 

October

10/26/2010 Winning Team Nets $1,700 in Middle Keys Lionfish Tournament

10/19/2010 NOAA’s Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Appoints Advisory Council Members

10/13/2010 Florida Keys Boaters, Fishermen Pay More Than $30,000 to Settle Grounding, Poaching Cases

10/05/2010 Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council to Meet in Key Largo

 

September

09/15/2010 More than 500 Lionfish Removed in Florida Keys Inaugural Lionfish Tournament

 

August

08/19/2010 Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary to Host Inaugural Lionfish Derbies

08/03/2010 Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting to Feature Update on Lionfish Invasion, Response

 

July

07/12/2010 NOAA’s Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Advisory Council Applicants

 

June

06/02/2010 Sanctuary Advisory Council to Meet in Key West

 

April

04/05/2010 Sanctuary Advisory Council to Meet in Marathon

 

February

2/2/2010 Two Keys residents sentenced on conspiracy to illegally harvest spiny lobsters

02/25/2010 Scientific Surveys Show Extent of Cold Impact on Florida Keys Corals

02/02/2010 Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting Includes Presentations on Proposed Oil Drilling in Florida Waters

 

January

01/25/2010 Resource Managers Launch Response to Coral Bleaching in Wake of Cold Snap

01/21/2010 NOAA’s Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Advisory Council

01/07/2010 Public Meetings to be Held on Proposed Vessel Sewage Discharge Regulation