Homestead, FL – Today, after more than a decade of planning, scientific analysis and an extensive public process, the National Park Service announced the creation of a marine reserve within Biscayne National Park as part of the park’s final General Management Plan. With 95 percent of the national park as water, around six percent will be included as a marine reserve to protect the park’s threatened coral reefs, help restore dwindling fish populations and improve the visitor experience. 

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General Managment Plan Newsletter

Briefing Presentation