The vision of St. Johns Riverkeeper is to ensure a clean and healthy river for current and future generations.
Paddle the St. Johns River Estuary
Paddle with a guide through Fort George and the Simpson Creek estuary, a series of tributaries that wind through the salt marsh creating what looks like the arteries of the […]
Walk the Bridges
Walk the Bridges | Saturday, June 17 at 8:30 a.m. starting from the Fuller Warren Shared-Use Path (Riverside) Walk the Bridges with St. Johns Riverkeeper's executive director, Jimmy Orth! Check […]
Rising Tides: McCoys Creek Cleanup
Join Rising Tides young professionals for our monthly cleanup on McCoys Creek! As always, all of our cleanups are RAIN or SHINE! This month we're cleaning up the land around […]
Family EcoExploration: World Environment Day
Family EcoExploration: World Environment Day Saturday, June 24 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Blue Cypress Park Join us in celebrating World Environment Day as we learn how human impact affects our […]
A River Runs Through It
For our June Adventures in Urban Ecosystems event, we will be exploring the beautiful Ribault River Reserve! Take a closer look at the tiny but mighty critters living in our […]
Shrimp Your Ride, For the River!
Order your Specialty Jumbo Shrimp Tag – proceeds go to us!
Recent Blog Posts
SAVe the Grasses Expedition: Spring 2023
Recently, St. Johns RIVERKEEPER's advocacy team conducted a four-day SAVe the Grasses Expedition seeking answers and solutions to the disappearing submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) of the St. Johns. More than 90% of the SAV was lost after Hurricane Irma and multiple...
First Annual Great St. Johns River Cleanup Results
76 sites | 1,302 volunteers | 1,462 bags of trash St. Johns RIVERKEEPER, local governments, businesses and nonprofits came together between March 18 and Earth Day, April 22, to clean up the St. Johns River watershed. The first annual Great St. Johns River Cleanup,...
3 Dangerous Bills in Florida: Take Action
Threats to the Environment and Public Health Florida's pristine environment and the health of its residents are currently at risk as three dangerous bills make their way through the legislative process. These bills threaten the state's waterways, encourage...
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