South Florida Water Management District voted June 8th to go against Army Corps of Engineers decision not to include deep injection wells as a part of Lake Okeechobee Watershed Project. Last Stand joined 73 organizations and businesses in a letter to Governor Scott...read more
The recovery from Hurricane Irma is still under way, and we're mindful that many donors' priorities are with the health and human service agencies on the front lines serving those in need. We also recognize that environmental service organizations will be struggling...read more
Last Stand is calling on the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners to direct county-wide emergency management planners to revise hurricane evacuation procedures to better assure the safety of residents and visitors to the Florida Keys. Hurricane Harvey is the...read more
Key West City Manager Jim Scholl has been directed to investigate the feasibility of developing a sports field complex at Little Hamaca Park. Last Stand has historically supported the conservation use of the park. One section is designated as White Crown Pigeon Park...read more
Last Stand has been protecting the Keys and it's environs for 30 years. It's time to celebrate! But, we also want your support in our efforts. With its dedicated volunteer board, Last Stand has evolved over the years. We encourage you to become involved and tell us...read more
The City of Key West is holding a Workshop meeting Wednesday June 21st, 5:30 PM at City Hall, 1300 White Street. The public is asked to give their three minute comments, ideas and solutions to issues ranging from parking garages and shuttle and bus transportation to...read more
Last Stand Needs Board Members
We are looking for part-time and full-time residents who want to participate with Last Stand board members to promote, protect and preserve the quality of life and environment of the Florida Keys. Time committment is for a 2 hour meeting twice per month. Currently we meet the Monday before the First and Third Tuesdays of the month beginning at 12:30 pm at the Key West branch of Monroe County Library.