For over 45 years, the Ocklawaha River (the largest tributary of the St. Johns River) and its springs and wetlands have ... More »
Expert Says Dredging Not Economically Feasible
St. Johns RIVERKEEPER recently released a new report from a leading shipping expert that finds the Deep Dredge to be “economically infeasible.” ...
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Latest Blog Posts
In an attempt to head off public scrutiny of the proposed dredging, JAXPORT has recently deployed three strategies - 1) ... More »
This post is by Dr. Jeremy Stalker. Jeremy is an Associate Professor at Jacksonville University in the Marine Science ... More »