On July 31, Florida Waterkeepers joined forces in Tallahassee to stand up for Florida waters. Waterkeepers united from ... More »
Working together to Protect Our Waterways
Florida Waterkeepers Unite to Protect Florida’s Waters from Rising Waters, Nutrient Pollution, and Toxic Algal Blooms.
Watch Out For Algal Blooms
Temporary moratorium on sewage sludge in our headwaters.
More River Rising Town Halls Coming Soon!
A legacy of dredging the St. Johns deeper has increased storm surge, water levels, and flooding. How does Jacksonville prepare for a future of ...
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Our work as an independent voice for the river is made possible by the financial support of our members.
If you see a violation, help the river by reporting it! Find out who to call or contact us for help.
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On July 10, 2018, St. Johns Riverkeeper and its Headwaters Advisory Council sent an Urgent Request for an Immediate ... More »
On June 15, 2018, Florida Circuit Judge Charles Dodson ruled in favor of environmental organizations that the land ... More »