About Matanzas Riverkeeper

One of the newest Riverkeepers in America's oldest city! Building on decades of community effort, Matanzas Riverkeeper fights to protect and defend the remarkable Matanzas River Watershed. We're a proud member of the Waterkeeper Alliance.

Contact Name: Neil A. Armingeon, Matanzas Riverkeeper
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Tel: (904) 471-9878
Category: Common Interest > Current Events

Climate is Our Challenge for the Present and Future

Images from the March for Ocean Justice

Thanks to Oceana, Surfrider Foundation, Sierra Club & all the groups and concerned citizens that joined the March for Ocean Justice on March 7th.

Much love our my brothers and sisters at Environmental Youth Council.   Jorge, thanks to you and FirstCoast.tv for beautiful video coverage of the speakers + march.

More beautiful memories of a great day from Danielle Fountain Photography ~ March for Ocean Justice 2015

Matanzas Inlet surfers, engage. What is Seismic Testing?


First Coast Tv interviews Bill Belleville

A lot of folks turned out to hear this important message about developing a 'sense of place'.  "The universal message, that blue or water has many forms...and to be aware of that, we should take a close look at the health of this great resource"

If you missed his talk, or want to hear more, you can watch this interview with Florida's environmental writer and  documentary filmmaker Bill Belleville by Jorge Rivera. 

Thanks for your words!

Great column on the Matanzas River by Ron Littlepage

Matanzas River is an environmental jewel worth protecting

"Armingeon calls the Matanzas “the last, best river in Florida.”  That’s a statement he can back up when challenged.

The river’s water is clean enough that harvesting oysters and clams is allowed.  The reason for the good water quality is that much of the river’s 186-square-mile watershed is undeveloped, and one-third of that is in public ownership, which will provide additional protection in the years to come.

Add to the river’s water quality the fact that the tributaries flowing into it — Pellicer, Moses and Stiles creeks — are a paddler’s paradise."  Source: FL Times Union,  November 10, 2014  Read a reprint of the full article here

Read News about Miami port dredging legal settlement and Saving our Forests alert.

Moses Creek in morning light

We all own Moses Creek Preserve!!

More beauty from the Matanzas as seen by the soulful Walter Coker

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201 Owens Avenue

St Augustine, FL 32080

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(904) 471-9878 


July 2015
Tuesday 21st
6pm "Who Owns Water" screening
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