The vision of St. Johns Riverkeeper is to ensure a clean and healthy river for current and future generations.

Ocklawaha River named among America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2020 | Threat: Rodman Dam

Digital Series

Don’t Feed the Algae Webinars

LIVE every other Wednesday at Noon | 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? […]

River Rising Solutions Webcast

LIVE every other Wednesday at 4pm  | Be a part of the solution! Join us webcast style 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. ​[…]

Nature Skills

New updates every other Monday | Volunteer and citizen-driven skill sharing series that’s all about highlighting you – our dear volunteers, members, and partners […]

Science Sundays

New updates every other  Sunday | Test the quality of the St. Johns River with a St. Johns Riverkeeper Educator! Each test is important to understanding and studying the health of the St. Johns River ecosystem […]

River Friendly At Home

New updates on Fridays  | Featuring tips, workshops/how-tos, and ways you can implement River Friendly practices at home and […]

Get your feet wet 

Join us virtually as we explore different areas of our Watershed and build up an encyclopedia of knowledge on the St. Johns River’s habitats, wildlife, its threats, and most importantly – what you can do to make a difference […]

Digital Campaigns

Trash Tag Challenge

If you’re cooped up and want to serve your River where you are – join our #SJRKTrashTag challenge[…]

#HeySJRKLookAtThis

Share your Nature photos! Nature and our St. Johns River are the healing we all need right now. The natural world’s remedies are all around us – we just have to notice ​ […]

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Virtual Events

Don’t Feed the Algae | Tributaries and Human Waste

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Join us as we 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? Watch our other Don't Feed the Algae Webinars online. REGISTER

River Rising Webcast | Episode 6: Climate Solutions

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Episode 6: Climate Solutions Require Climate Justice Guest: Salome Garcia, The CLEO Institute, Policy and Campaigns Manager| Read before listening We will discuss the overlap between the environmental justice movement and the climate crisis to understand the necessity of working together in order to reach common solutions.  REGISTER  

Don’t Feed the Algae | Policy Solutions

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Join us as we 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? Watch our other Don't Feed the Algae Webinars online. REGISTER

River Rising Webcast | Episode 7: Cities are Solving Climate Change

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Episode 7 – Cities are Solving Climate Change Guest: Chris Castro, Director, Office of Sustainability & Resilience, City of Orlando Read before listening and this and this With the U.S. leaving the Paris Climate Accord, many thought that we had abandoned sensible policies to reduce climate change impacts. However, cities and mayors have stepped up and are taking significant […]

River Rising Webcast | Episode 8: Cities are Solving Climate Change

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Episode 8 – Resiliency through the Tree Canopy Guest: Karen Firehock, Executive Director, Green Infrastructure Center Read before listening Join us as we discuss trees and their role in a resilient future with guest, Karen Firehock, Executive Director, Green Infrastructure Center Inc. that recently completed the City of Jacksonville Urban Tree Canopy Assessment. REGISTER  

Cowford Redfish Tournament – Benefiting St. Johns Riverkeeper

Friday, October 16, 2020 to Saturday, October 17, 2020

The Cowford is a fishing tournament with aims to highlight the pristine Spartina estuaries of the Lower St. Johns River, now increasingly threatened by needless industrial expansion, sedimentation, over-development along the river's banks and excess nutrient loading from a multitude of sources upstream. The Cowford benefits our mission to sustain healthy ecosystems for future generations […]

Going Virtual: Our education programs are designed to connect students, educators, and families with our mighty River.