Ride the Bus for Clean Water!

The St. Johns River is threatened by numerous issues, including nutrient and bacteria pollution, water withdrawals, loss of wetlands, and saltwater intrusion. These threats need to be addressed, and the time to act is NOW! Our Florida legislators are back in session and they need to hear your river story. 

Join St. Johns RIVERKEEPER and fellow river advocates on March 13th as we travel from Jacksonville to the Statehouse in Tallahassee. During our bus ride we'll provide training and talking points to help you become a more effective river advocate. 

At the Capitol, we'll join our environmental partners for a morning rally and meet your state legislators and ask them to protect all of St. Johns River's waterways, including its springs and tributaries. Bring family and friends with you to support water conservation efforts. 2019 is off to a clean start for our state's waters, but we need to ensure the St. Johns River is not forgotten!


  • Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2019
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am (Charter Bus departs promptly at 8:00 am and will return to Jacksonville by 6:00 pm)
  • Meeting Location: Lowe's, 5155 Lenox Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32205


Register by Friday, March 8, 2019. Registration is FREE but seating is limited. Reserve your seat and ride the bus for clean water today!

Questions? Contact Outreach Director Kelly Thompson at kelly@stjohnsriverkeeper.org or (404) 444-2987. 


To ensure we can continue to connect our citizens with their elected leaders on this free advocacy bus trip, please consider donating to the cause or becoming a member of St. Johns RIVERKEEPER.

Register to Ride the (FREE) Bus!

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St. Johns RIVERKEEPER staff will be leading groups around the Statehouse based on their issue of interest. These issues are our highest priorities for this legislative session.


Using the Additional Comments box below, please rank the following issues by your preference - with 1 being the most preferred:


  • Stop Pollution at its Source – Prevent Toxic Green Algae

  • Resiliency Now! Protect the St. Johns and Northeast Florida from Rising Waters

  • Invest in Conservation Land, Invest in Clean Water

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