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Each quarter we publish our newsletter, The Kingfisher. Inside each issue, you'll find updates on issues, events, and programs pertaining to St. Johns Riverkeeper and our efforts to protect and restore the St. Johns River.

Autumn 2016 Kingfisher Issue

Autumn 2016

St. Johns River Report, How You Can Help, Welcome New Education Director, Oyster Roast Download

Newsletter Archives

Winter 2016 » Save the St. Johns Tour, Kids on the River, Annual Member Meeting

Spring 2015 » Free the Ocklawaha! Save the St. Johns Campaign. Year of the River

Autumn 2014 » Updates on Water Withdrawals, Springs Protection, Dredging. Our members matter! Give the gift of membership.

Summer 2014 » River issues updates, Membership Campaign, Awards & Events, Raise a Ruckus for the River!!

Spring 2014 » Floridians' Clean Water Declaration, St. Johns River Cleanup, Updates on Dredging and Water Withdrawals

Fall 2013 » Updates on dredging, Silver Springs, and toxic algal blooms.

Summer 2013 » To Dredge or Not to Dredge. Save Silver Springs!

Spring 2013 » River Friendly Tips, Consumptive Use Permits, News & Upcoming Events

Fall 2012 » Georgia-Pacific draft permit released. Clean Water Act turns 40. Coastal Cleanup results.

Summer 2012 » Speak Up for Florida's Waters. Protect our Conservation Lands. Nutrient Pollution Standards.

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JAXPORT Avoids Dredging Debate
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How Will Dredging Impact Sea Level Rise?
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How Will Dredging Impact Fisheries?
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How Will Dredging Impact Algal Blooms?

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