Home Home Home

Free the Ocklawaha!

St. Johns Riverkeeper and an unlikely group of partners has pledged to work together to help restore the Ocklawaha River.

More

Read the Surveys. Vote for the River!

Read the survey responses from candidates for Jacksonville Mayor and City Council.

More

We turned 15!

We recently celebrated our 15-year anniversary and the progress that we have made since our inception. Learn more!

More

  • Home
  • Home
  • Home

Volunteer

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

More

Join/Donate

Our work as an independent voice for the river is made possible by the financial support of our members.

More

Report

If you see a violation, help the river by reporting it! Find out who to call or contact us for help.

More

Latest Blog Posts

Springs of the St. Johns

Springs of the St. Johns

Florida has over 900 freshwater springs, the largest concentration on Earth.  The source of water for our springs is ... More »

2015 Jacksonville Candidate Surveys

2015 Jacksonville Candidate Surveys

Duval County elections are right around the corner, and it is important to elect candidates who support efforts to ... More »

Free the Ocklawaha

Free the Ocklawaha

The time has come to finally restore the Ocklawaha River.  The Ocklawaha is the largest tributary to the St. Johns ... More »

Boat Trips

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

Join the Riverkeeper

Latest Blog Posts

Springs of the St. Johns
Springs of the St. Johns
2015 Jacksonville Candidate Surveys
2015 Jacksonville Candidate Surveys
Free the Ocklawaha
Free the Ocklawaha
Get on the Bus for Clean Water
Get on the Bus for Clean Water

All blog posts

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.

Boat Tours

Come aboard the Water Taxi for an incredible guided tour along the St. Johns River.