The vision of St. Johns Riverkeeper is to ensure a clean and healthy river for current and future generations.
Take a deep dive into our River issues and summertime algae blooms. How are we connected to river pollution like algae blooms and what can we do to help? […]
Be a part of the solution! Learn as we discuss solutions from all over the world, nation, and state looking at solutions for rising waters and climate change, with a focus on our St. Johns River. […]
The Great Florida Riverway, a vast 217-mile three-river system is comprised of the Ocklawaha River, Silver Springs and the Silver River, and the lower St. Johns River. The Riverway was Florida’s first tourist attraction — a magnet for travel writers and explorers alike and a transportation corridor for people and products. 50 years ago, when […]
Location: Ortega River just west of Sadler Marina 4-6pm Funky Christmas Singalong with the Parker Urban Band We are 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, […]
Recent Blog Posts
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...
Great cities have iconic riverfront parks that connect people to their waterways. In Jacksonville, we are fortunate to have one of our nation’s great rivers, the St. Johns, flowing through the heart of our city, while also having an expansive blank slate of publicly...
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...