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The Dr. A. Quinton White Jr. For the River Award

The Dr. A. Quinton White Jr. For the River Award

At the 2020 Oyster Roast, St. Johns RIVERKEEPER announced the creation of the Dr. A. Quinton White, Jr. For the River Award and the first recipient of this special recognition.  “After recently celebrating our 20th Anniversary, we decided it was time to honor and...
Drive-In Oyster Roast (In Pictures)

Drive-In Oyster Roast (In Pictures)

WHAT A NIGHT at our 19th Annual Oyster Roast – Drive-In Style! On November 20, 2020, we hosted a Drive-In Oyster Roast entertainment experience to celebrate our River and raise funds, while ensuring the safety of our River supporters. All from the comfort of...
Read the 2020 St. Johns River Report

Read the 2020 St. Johns River Report

The 13th annual Lower St. Johns Basin State of the River Report provides reasons to be optimistic, but also makes clear that much work remains to improve the health of our tributaries, reduce the impacts of sewage sludge, protect wetlands and address the increasing...
Creating Community around a Tiny Dock

Creating Community around a Tiny Dock

St. Johns Riverkeeper is proud to be a partner of the Tiny Dock Concert Series! In a fun and safe way, we’re able to bring our River community together to foster awareness and appreciation for the health of the St. Johns, increase utilization of our Riverfront, and...
Vote for Clean Water

Vote for Clean Water

It is important to elect candidates who support efforts to protect and restore the St. Johns River.  More importantly, we need leaders who will make Florida waters a priority, leading the charge to address and resolve the problems that impact the health of the St....
Lisa Rinaman Tribute to Bill Belleville

Lisa Rinaman Tribute to Bill Belleville

In 1997, I fell in love with the St. Johns River than runs through the heart of Jacksonville. In 2005, Bill Bellville introduced me to the wild, tropical, surreal St. Johns that exists for hundreds of miles before it snakes through my adopted hometown. As part of the...
Neil Armingeon Tribute to Bill Belleville

Neil Armingeon Tribute to Bill Belleville

The writer, naturalist Bill Belleville was not a resident of Jacksonville, but he did a helluva lot for this community, and the St. Johns River. In fact, in the 17 years I knew Bill, I’m not sure he ever pledged allegiance to any political boundary. He was a citizen...
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