Seldom seen bottom-feeders only live where the water is deep and clean, like the St. Croix, and can alert scientists to pollution.
Highlights of the St. Croix River-related science presented at this fall’s Research Rendezvous.
Take in the river, take a deep breath, and enjoy a brief escape from anything that’s bothering you.
Afton land conservancy Belwin works to protect highly-valued Valley Creek, with benefits downstream for the Wild & Scenic River it joins.
A first-grade field trip brings kids to the banks of the river, teaching them about what makes it special, providing a chance to feel awe, and instilling a sense of stewardship.
National organization declares black willow in Marine on St. Croix the largest specimen in America.
As open span is replaced for the winter, there will be no lifts and no travel under the bridge allowed due to construction project.
See some recent photos shared on social media showing off the river robed in red, yellow, and orange.
The strange and seldom seen fish grow up in the lower St. Croix, then make an incredible journey back to the Sargasso Sea to breed.
Multiple media sources are now reporting on the incident that buried a spring-fed creek in sand, and efforts to restore, prevent, and determine responsibility.