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KDPA and its members contribute to the Key deer's survival through our many programs including but not limited to:
KDPA helped or initiated the following:
For more than a decade, KDPA has presented college scholarships to deserving students, and this year is no different; KDPA awards $500 scholarships to Monroe County high school students who plan on majoring in biological science, environmental science, or a related field.
John Sheagren, a 2018 Graduate of Marathon High School, is shown
accepting the Key Deer Protection Alliance scholarship from Vivian
Beck. He plans to study Political Science and Environmental Science
and intends to pursue a career in Environmental Law.
The KDPA Scholarship Committee was impressed by John’s
academic achievements, leadership activities and outstanding record
of community service. A former resident of Big Pine Key, he is
currently enrolled at Florida State University (Tallahassee).
KDPA wishes John success in his academic work. Congratulations,