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KeyWestWatch Media builds custom WordPress websites and develops digital strategies for select small businesses and not-for-profits. We publish Key West Island News, a digital information company.

Explore the solutions we created for four of our clients. Might these spark ideas and possible solutions for what we can do for you?

The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden

In late 2017, the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden board asked KeyWestWatch Media to update its website to reflect its mission, integrate a membership platform and enable donations. We created functionality that integrates content updates and processes payments and memberships. Because, after all, the Garden isn’t about website management, it’s about protecting the fragile ecosystems of the Florida Keys. Over the past two years, we have continued to update the design and maintain the site.

Provisions of Key West

Chef Callie Morehouse makes great flour-less chocolate cake and the best Key Lime pie ever, but she’d be the first to say that building and maintaining a website is not on her list of fun things. So, KeyWestWatch Media built it for her and taste-tested a few menu samples. Among the private chef services, her cooking and the provisioning she does for island visitors, the last thing Callie needs is to worry about her website. We do that for her.

Peace Covenant Presbyterian Church

Peace Covenant is a vibrant congregation with exceptional individual and collective mission to its community. It is reflective of our community’s diversity and inclusive, One Human Family culture.We know that challenges can be daunting in what is a transient tourist community unlikely to be filled with those actively seeking a permanent church home — and we actively rise to them with collaborative solutions. KeyWestWatch Media designed and maintains their site.

Tree Priorities

Tree Priorities is a Key West forestry consulting company specializing in project management for utilities and municipalities. Ed Cunningham is an ISA certified arborist and utility specialist with four decades of experience in the US and internationally. When not consulting, he’s a Fort Zach park ranger. He’s the Cat 5 DaDa and my partner. He doesn’t pay for his website.

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LGC Says

LGC Says is a collection of columns, essays and short stories written by Linda Grist Cunningham. The collection includes letters to her grandson and coverage of Hurricane Irma.


Key West Island News

Island News is a digital information company that connects Key West residents and friends of the island, fosters our One Human Family culture and advances shared goals.


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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vetoed $32 million in state arts and culture grants, crippling museums, arts and theater groups and hundreds of culturally-oriented organizations throughout the state and here in the Keys. There will be no funding this year for Florida’s Cultural and Museum Grants and Cultural Facilities Grants.

At the very least the cuts eliminate the money these nonprofit organizations use to cover the cost of scholarships, free tickets for under-served communities and the ability to do special projects for school children.

DeSantis' reason: Reduce overall state spending.

An email today from the The Studios of Key West asking donors for help in covering the deficit demonstrates the impact of those cuts locally -- on just one local organization:

"Last week, Governor DeSantis made the unprecedented decision to eliminate all State funding for the arts in Florida.

"The $32 million in grants that were due to be awarded account for less than .03% of the total State budget, and yet stood to benefit over 630 worthy organizations in communities throughout the state. These grants had been thoroughly vetted in a bipartisan process, and are proven to generate $9 for every $1 that is allocated.

"Here in Monroe County, $1.37 million had been recommended by the Division of Cultural Affairs for 13 arts organizations. The Studios was poised to receive at least $75k in operating funds and an additional $277,500 for much-needed improvements to our theater."
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I recently saw a video of DeSantis bragging about how much money Florida has. He’s just saving it to use for his evil.


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