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Shannon Blankinship

TESTING

Outstanding River Friendly Yard Award

Jimmy Orth Executive Director for St. Johns Riverkeeper (left) and Cate Hurlbut President of Florida Native Plant Society (right) with Bonnie Sinatro at her River Friendly homeWith toxic algae blooms occurring throughout our state, it is more important than ever to...

Annual Meeting Goes Virtual!

The St. Johns Riverkeeper headquarters are in Jacksonville, but the issues impacting the river are not so concentrated. Since we are continuing to expand our voice and efforts further into the watershed, we decided to host our annual meeting online this year, so that...

Annual Volunteer Awards Announced

Volunteer of the Year, Robert Field with Community Engagement Coordinator, Justina DaceySt. Johns RIVERKEEPER® 2016 Volunteer of the Year Robert Field A “Rising Tide” member since 2013, Robert Field join the Rising Tides Steering Committee in 2016 in...

#adayinthelife for #GivingTuesday 2016

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday#GivingTuesday is about more than donations. This holiday season, consider giving a gift with meaning by helping to sustain the work that we do at St. Johns Riverkeeper. Whether you give the gift of membership to a loved one...

2015 St. Johns Riverkeeper Award Recipients

2015 Advocate, Matt Keene pictured with St. Johns Riverkeeper Outreach Director, Shannon BlankinshipSt. Johns RIVERKEEPER® 2015 Advocate Matt Keene As an explorer, filmmaker, and journalist, Keene is able to tell first-hand stories of environmental, social justice...

2014 St. Johns Riverkeeper Award Recipients

Pictured Left to Right: Jimmy Orth, Peter Welch, Roger Linville and Beth WelchSt. Johns RIVERKEEPER® 2014 Volunteers of the Year Peter and Beth Welch Since they began volunteering with St. Johns Riverkeeper in 2012, Peter and Beth Welch have demonstrated a...
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