The vision of St. Johns Riverkeeper is to ensure a clean and healthy river for current and future generations.
You're invited to St. Johns Riverkeeper's annual Holiday Mingle! It will be an evening of celebration as Jimmy Orth, executive director, and Lisa Rinaman, your St. Johns Riverkeeper, share what the organization has been up to and goals for the coming year. Enjoy hors d'oeuvres and holiday spirits as you get to know other St. […]
St. Johns Riverkeeper is hoping to offer an OUTDOOR Professional Development opportunity for Secondary Science Teachers and District Science Administrators this Fall. Feel free to share this link with any interested Secondary Science Teachers in your school district. Registration now open. Space is limited. More information and to Register
Join a St. Johns Riverkeeper Educator the third Wednesday of the month on board the St. Johns River Water Taxi! Thanks to the generous donation of Subaru of Jacksonville, St. Johns Riverkeeper is able to offer (2) 50 minute educational boat trips each month at a reduced rate. Registration is required as space is limited. […]
Join our Rising Tides young professionals for our KAYAKING 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) Cleanup gloves […]
Recent Blog Posts
Survey results are in: the recent survey conducted by St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) received overwhelming support for breaching the Kirkpatrick Dam (aka Rodman Dam) and restoring the Ocklawaha River. A professional data analyst was enlisted to...
We have a bittersweet announcement about one of our beloved staff members. Emily Floore, education director for St. Johns Riverkeeper, has accepted the position of executive director for St. Marys Riverkeeper! While we are sad to see her leave our watershed, we are...
The 14th annual State of the River Report for the Lower St. Johns River Basin provides significant reason for concern, while also providing a few glimpses of hope that some river health indicators may be improving. Funded by the Jacksonville Environmental Protection...