Hurricane Irma took her toll in the Florida Keys including our own beloved Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden.  The 81 year old native forest is busted and splintered like never before.  Many of our legacy, champion and specimen trees are broken and/or blew completely over.

The Key West Botanical Garden will require months to recover, but with your help, the task will be envisioned and completed.

We will need both financial assistance and volunteers to help in this recovery. To make a donation … To volunteer

Thank you for your support of the Garden. We are looking forward to the day we can open the gates and welcome you back!

The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden
Board of Directors, Management, Staff and Dedicated Volunteers

Our Mission

PRESERVATION

To preserve, develop, and expand the Key West Garden as an arboretum, botanical garden, museum, wildlife refuge, and habitat

YOUTH & ADULT EDUCATION

To educate people about the threatened, endangered and endemic flora and fauna of the Florida Keys, Cuba and the Caribbean Basin. Children learn about the importance and the benefits of native plants and wildlife

PUBLIC AWARENESS

To educate the public about the threatened, endangered and endemic flora and fauna of the Florida Keys, Cuba and the Caribbean Basin

CONSERVATION

To conduct conservation programs to understand and propagate threatened and endangered endemic species of native flora and fauna

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Tropical forests of the world hold at least half of all the variety of life on Earth

We Protect This Important Wild Space

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