Twelve thousand years ago, humans walked the banks of the Saint Johns River. They paddled these waters in their dugout canoes and feasted on the delicacies that the land offered. The water was clean and the air was pure.

Today the river is threatened by modern man, as we choose greener landscaping and allow agricultural and residential runoff, not only in the river, but in its' tributaries and springs.

Join us in a short, informative and fun documentary as we paddle a canoe the length of the Saint Johns River, over 300 miles, from the Saint Johns Marsh in Vero Beach, to Jacksonville, Florida, exploring the beauty and wildlife of this ancient river that the Native Americans called, “The String of Pearls”.

Coming May 2017.


For Sponsorship and donation information, please contact us at