Advocacy Action

Reunite the Rivers

Reunite the Rivers

For over 50 years, an obsolete dam built as part of the failed Cross Florida Barge Canal has been damaging the health of historic Silver Springs, the Ocklawaha River, and the St. Johns.

advocacy team in the field conducting testing and speaking to homeowner

SAVe our River’s Grasses

Submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) is the foundation of our river’s health. In 2023, St. Johns Riverkeeper launched its 5-year SAVe our River’s Grasses Expedition – seeking answers and solutions to the disappearing SAV of the St. Johns.

Don't Feed the Algae - aerial photo of algae bloom

Don’t Feed the Algae

Toxic blue-green algae outbreaks, or harmful algae blooms (HABs), are increasing in duration and frequency threatening our waterways and our own health.

Rising River Logo

River Rising

The St. Johns River resembles the Atlantic Ocean more than at any other time in its past: The currents are faster, the water is saltier and the tidal range can be more extreme.