Stay up-to-date on the latest news and information from the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden.

Summer Fall 2019 Newsletter

A busy summer season leads us into our annual Scarecrows in the Garden, Migration Mania and a return to our weekly Story Time. We welcome new staffers and volunteers and continue our Hurricane Irma recovery and cleanup. You make a difference in the Garden!

Spring 2019 Newsletter

Our first quarter 2019 has been an exceptional Spring season in the Garden. The dedication of Olive’s Spirit. Migration Mania and Eco Fair. Record-setting bird sightings. The kick off of Art in the Garden. And the continuation of our Hurricane Irma recover and cleanup. You make a difference in the Garden!

Winter 2019 Newsletter

Help restore the Garden post-Irma. We have exhausted all opportunities from foundations, trusts, grants and private funding. An anonymous donor has provided a dollar-for-dollar donor match challenge up to $50,000. Consider your donation to match the challenge and help us achieve our goal. You can donate here. Note Donor Match Challenge on your gift.

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

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Become a member

Memberships include unlimited free admission, special events, gift shop discounts, volunteer opportunities and offers from our partners.

Check events calendar

There's always something to do in the botanical garden and tropical forest. The latest schedules for yoga, plant sales, speaker series and more.

Become a volunteer

Our volunteers get their hands dirty -- or not. We have opportunities for volunteers who love people, plants, trees and animals.

Make a donation

Sustain and preserve our fragile Florida Keys ecosystems. Purchase endangered plants and trees and support educational programs.

Schedule a venue

Wedding? Family reunion? Company outing? Whatever you're planning, our beautiful venues are the perfect setting for your special event.

Explore the Living Lab

We partner with Monroe County schools and teachers to create unique, interactive educational programs in the Garden for K-6.