Keep Clay Beautiful
"Keep Clay Beautiful shall be charitable and educational for the purpose of educating citizens in ways of improving the community’s appearance."
You can be a part of Keep Clay Beautiful by calling Tania Jolley, County Coordinator, at (904) 269-6374 or 284-6374.
The St. Johns River Celebration
The St. Johns River Celebration is a one-day volunteer cleanup of the St. Johns River and its major tributaries.
The cleanup efforts go beyond the shoreline of the river, spanning the river’s entire watershed. The Celebration helps people to understand how the river system is interconnected. What each of us does in one part of the watershed, which is the 12,400 square-mile area from which water drains into the river and its surrounding ecosystems, affects the entire river.
Throughout its watershed and all along the St. Johns River, people work at cleanup sites and help raise awareness of river issues to foster a year-round appreciation of this precious resource - Florida’s longest river.
The St. Johns River Celebration takes place the third Saturday of March each year.