For the River. For us all.
With your help, we will defend the St. Johns River and advocate for its protection.
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 […]
Be River Friendly.
Through big or small actions, we all can make a difference for our St. Johns River.
Join the Rising Tides on McCoys Creek for the end of year celebration!! Learn more about Rising Tides here What to bring…. Water Bottles Hats Sunglasses Heavy duty gloves (if desired) Boots or closed toe shoes (rain boots, work boots, or waders are extremely helpful) Extra supplies that would be helpful…. Shovels Rakes Grabbers Rope Saw […]
Save the Date! Join us as we celebrate 20 years as your St. Johns Riverkeeper. We'll give an update on our 20 year vision and strategic plan while looking back at our 20 year history and what we've accomplished and where we still need to go for the River, together. Online ticket sales and more […]