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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...
River Report Raises Water Quality Red Flags: Elevated Levels of Pollution and Saltwater Intrusion Cause for Alarm

River Report Raises Water Quality Red Flags: Elevated Levels of Pollution and Saltwater Intrusion Cause for Alarm

The 12th annual State of the River Report for the Lower St. Johns River Basin was recently released by a team of academic researchers from Jacksonville University, University of North Florida, Florida Southern College and West Chester University.   This annual report...
Don’t Feed the Algae!

Don’t Feed the Algae!

Algae bloom in Palatka, FL 4/2019 | Photo by Sam Carr Attend one of our Know Your Green | Evening Talks: DeLand | June 26 Invite us to come speak to your neighborhood or civic group on algae. Email kelly@stjohnsriverkeeper.org to set up a Know Your Green talk. Algae...

Vote For the River!

Credit: Johnny Milano for The New York TimesThe runoff election for Jacksonville City Council will be on May 14, 2019.  Voters need to know which candidates will make the St. Johns a priority and lead the charge to address the problems that degrade our...
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