RIVER EVENTS
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Wekiwa Springs Watch

Date: Third Thursday of the Month

Time: 8:45 AM

Join the Wekiva Springs Watch group for the monthly water quality monitoring.

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Dragonfly Mercury Project Sampling 2022

The Dragonfly Mercury Project engages citizen scientists such as students and teachers in the collection of juvenile dragonflies, also known as dragonfly larvae, from national parks for mercury analysis.

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Friends of the Wekiva River 40th Anniversary Celebration!

Join us to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Friends of the Wekiva River at Katie’s Landing State Park!
Join the flotilla or come to enjoy live music and food!

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April 22nd Eco-paddle

Learn how to benefit our waterways and see the Wekiva River first hand on a canoe tour!

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February Eco-Paddle

Learn how to benefit our waterways and see the Wekiva River first hand on a canoe tour!

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Wekivathlon!

This fun, self-paced, six-month-long adventure encourages you to get out and explore the Wekiva Basin. For each adventure completed, you will earn a corresponding sticker to mark your achievements. In addition, every two stickers you receive earns you one raffle ticket! The raffle will be held monthly with the chance to win an environmentally-related prize! 

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Annual Three Bridges Clean-up!

Date: March 5, 2022

Join Seminole State Forest and the Wekiva River Ambassador on March 5, 2022 to clean up Black Water Creek! We will meet at the Lake Norris Conservation Area East Trailhead at 9:00 AM.

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Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System- Management Committee Meeting

Date: January 18, 2022

The Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System Management Committee Meeting will be held in person at Wekiwa Springs State Park. We will meet at the Rec Hall. The meeting is on January 18th, 2022 from 2:00 PM- 4:00 PM. 

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Mothing at Katie’s Landing Park

Date: March 19th 7:00 PM -11:00 PM

Join Wekiva Wild and Scenic River, Wekiva-Middle St. Johns Aquatic Preserve, and Friends of the Wekiva River for a fun nighttime event! Mothing! We will be attracting moths to visit us and documenting individuals through photographs. These photographs will be posted to iNaturalist to identify each moth

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