The vision of St. Johns Riverkeeper is to ensure a clean and healthy river for current and future generations.
Take a deep dive into our River issues and summertime algae blooms. How are we connected to river pollution like algae blooms and what can we do to help? […]
Be a part of the solution! Learn as we discuss solutions from all over the world, nation, and state looking at solutions for rising waters and climate change, with a focus on our St. Johns River. […]
Location: Ortega River just west of Sadler Marina 4-6pm Funky Christmas Singalong with the Parker Urban Band We are proud to be a partner of the Tiny Dock Concert Series! In a fun and safe way, we’re able to bring our River community together to foster awareness and appreciation for the health of the St. Johns, […]
Celebrate the end of our 20th year in holiday spirit with our staff, fellow members and volunteers. St. Johns Riverkeeper team will give a virtual Zoom presentation on what we've accomplished in 2020 and reflect on our collective work to protect our River. Look forward to highlights, program updates, and our annual Volunteer of the […]
Join us for our monthly cleanup on McCoys Creek! As always all of our cleanups are RAIN or SHINE! What to bring: Reusable Water Bottle Hat & Sunglasses You must wear closed toe shoes (rain boots, work boots, or waders are extremely helpful) Heavy duty gloves (if desired) Gloves and bags will be provided by […]
Recent Blog Posts
At the 2020 Oyster Roast, St. Johns RIVERKEEPER announced the creation of the Dr. A. Quinton White, Jr. For the River Award and the first recipient of this special recognition. “After recently celebrating our 20th Anniversary, we decided it was time to honor and...
WHAT A NIGHT at our 19th Annual Oyster Roast - Drive-In Style! On November 20, 2020, we hosted a Drive-In Oyster Roast entertainment experience to celebrate our River and raise funds, while ensuring the safety of our River supporters. All from the comfort of their...
The 13th annual Lower St. Johns Basin State of the River Report provides reasons to be optimistic, but also makes clear that much work remains to improve the health of our tributaries, reduce the impacts of sewage sludge, protect wetlands and address the increasing...