2024 ‘Above-Normal’ Hurricane Season

NOAA forecasts ‘Above-Normal’ season Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 and NOAA forecasters are expecting this season to have ‘above-normal’ hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean. La […]

Sturgeon sampling season has begun

Sturgeon sampling on the St. Marys River began April 29! For the next 8 weeks, our St. Marys River will be hosting our friends from the Peninsular Florida Fish and […]

2024 River Cleanup Success!

6 tons of trash and COUNTING! Over 350 people removed over 12,000 pounds of trash and debris including 20 tires from our St. Marys River Watershed! We are still waiting on […]

2024 Legislative Sessions

As a border river organization, St. Marys Riverkeeper works in both Florida and Georgia on water related issues. Our engagement with local governments, state officials, and regional conservation groups such […]

Strategic Planning in Process!

St. Marys Riverkeeper is the chief advocate and public’s voice for the St. Marys River. Scan QR code to access survey St. Marys Riverkeeper is going through strategic planning, and […]

Daylighting Escambia Slough is a ‘Win-Win’

For years, St. Marys Riverkeeper Volunteers have been testing the water quality of Alligator Creek and reporting the results to the Nassau County Department of Health, City of Fernandina Beach […]