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Activate the River to Save the St. Johns!

From March 18 to April 2, we will be getting out on the water to save our river. Join one of the scheduled outings or venture out on your own!


Can We Save Our Troubled Waters?

Learn more about the pollution problems that threaten the future of the St. Johns and Florida’s waterways and how you can be part of the solution.



Palatka Screening: Troubled Waters

Join us for this special screening and panel discussion on March 29!


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There are numerous volunteer opportunities, from joining the River Patrol to staffing events and writing letters.



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.


Latest Blog Posts

District Plan Would Further Reduce Silver Springs Flow

The flow of Silver Springs, a major source of fresh water for the St. Johns, has declined by over 32% since the ... More »

Does Dredging Make Economic Sense?

St. Johns RIVERKEEPER continues to have the following concerns, regarding the proposal to dredge the last 13 miles of ... More »

Activate the St. Johns River

Activate the St. Johns River

From March 18 to April 2, 2017, paddling trips, eco-tours, and other opportunities to experience and explore the St. ... More »

Boat Trips

Come aboard the Water Taxi for a guided tour along the St. Johns. Learn about history and issues facing the river.

explore your river

Take an interactive journey through river sights & sounds!

Get the Guidebook

Learn about the ecology and rich history of the St. Johns River.

River Access

You can easily access the river from more than 50 different ramps, parks, and nature preserves.

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