The vision of St. Johns Riverkeeper is to ensure a clean and healthy river for current and future generations.
Every three to five years the “lost springs” of the Ocklawaha River awaken during a months-long draw down at George Kirkpatrick Dam. […]
The St. Johns River resembles the Atlantic Ocean more than at any other time in its past: The currents are faster, the water is saltier and the tidal range can be more extreme […]
Toxic green algae outbreaks are increasing in duration and frequency threatening our waterways and our health. The St. Johns River experienced more than 90 days of outbreaks this summer impacting more than […]
Rising Tides is for young professionals and community-minded advocates ages 21 – 44 who want to help support the St. Johns River and St. Johns Riverkeeper through membership and participation in a range of community service and social activities. Learn more about Rising Tides here . Join us for our VIRTUAL general meeting to review and plan […]
Join us VIRTUALLY for our monthly cleanup led by Rising Tides, our Young Professionals Group. Learn more about Rising Tides here SJRK TRASH TAG CHALLENGE During these scary and isolating times, we need to take a break for a walk around the neighborhood. What better way to serve yourselves, your community, and your River than by […]
River Patrol is a volunteer-based program designed to increase St. Johns Riverkeeper’s ability to monitor the St. Johns River and its tributaries and to increase the visibility of our organization in the community. River Patrol is a “river watch” program that monitors water quality and habitat conditions, documents any problems that are encountered, and reports […]