March 14-16, 2018
This conference will bring renewed attention to the ecological, cultural and economic importance of the Apalachicola River, Floodplain and Bay and strengthen efforts to ensure the sustainability of this resource for current and future generations.
Read the 2017 the Apalachicola River, Floodplain and Bay Situation Report presented by collaborative partners at a stakeholders meeting in Washington, DC.
New Army Corps of Engineers Plan Violates Key Environmental Laws. To read the lawsuit, please click here
Apalachicola River and Bay in the US Supreme Court-
Click here to read the latest updates on the ‘water wars’ trial; Apalachicola Riverkeeper’s response the recent recommendation by the Special Master and steps Congress is now taking in response to the pending decision by the Supreme Court and implementation of the US Corps of Engineers Water Control Manual.
Meet our Riverkeeper, Dan Tonsmeire and learn how the health of the Apalachicola Bay depends on the freshwater flow from Apalachicola River.
Apalachicola Riverkeeper is featured in Waterkeeper Alliance magazine. For our story and photos of the river and bay, click on Article | Full issue
Since 1998, Apalachicola Riverkeeper and our partners in conservation have been front and center in the fight for fairness in water use, allocation, and management and you, our members have been right there with us.
Your financial support has made it possible for Apalachicola Riverkeeper to work very closely with key stakeholders across state borders in agriculture, development, business and Gulf fisheries, including the independent fishermen of Apalachicola Bay. Thank you! We know the opportunity to share water in a socially just and equitable way exists between all of these competing interests and we are not giving up until we find that path forward.
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