St. Johns Riverkeeper Updates Sunrise Rotarians

Lisa provided a fascinating presentation about the vast amount of work the organization does to advocate for a clean, healthy St. Johns River.

St. Johns Riverkeeper Updates Sunrise RotariansOn Friday, January 17th, the chief advocate of the St. John’s Riverkeeper organization, Lisa Rinaman, introduced the Riverkeeper organization to the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise.

Lisa provided a fascinating presentation about the vast amount of work the organization does to advocate for a clean, healthy St. Johns River.

The group provides awareness to the public on issues that impact the river’s health, they provide educational resources and programs to teach about the river and its tributaries, they hold regulatory agencies and river polluters accountable for their commitments and actions, and they work diligently to communicate with the media and public on river-related issues.

The St. Johns Riverkeeper is a non-profit organization and welcomes your membership.

You can learn more about the organization from their website, www.stjohnsriverkeeper.org.

Pictured here from the meeting is (left to right) Lisa Rinaman, Rotary past president Stan Fishburn, and Rotary past president Christal Fish.

The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise meets every Friday at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. For more information about the club or to attend a morning breakfast meeting, please contact president, Mark Dennis, at mark@A1Awealthmanagement.com or go to www.ameliaislandrotary.com.

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