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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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Can We Save Our Troubled Waters?

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Lost Springs of the Ocklawaha

Lost Springs of the Ocklawaha

For over 45 years, the Ocklawaha River (the largest tributary of the St. Johns River) and its springs and wetlands have ... More »

JAXPORT Avoids Dredging Debate

JAXPORT Avoids Dredging Debate

In an attempt to head off public scrutiny of the proposed dredging, JAXPORT has recently deployed three strategies - 1) ... More »

How Will Dredging Impact Sea Level Rise?

How Will Dredging Impact Sea Level Rise?

This post is by Dr. Jeremy Stalker.  Jeremy is an Associate Professor at Jacksonville University in the Marine Science ... More »

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