Malacologist Mark Hove will share information about the surprisingly wonderful creatures he studies.
Residency offers inspiration, solitude, and chances to connect with the river, the community, and scientists.
DNR scientist will share how studies of the imperiled reptile – including on the Namekagon River – will help the species survive.
Recommendations include everything from trail connections to the county taking control of the site.
Exhibit this weekend will feature three painters and one photographer who are inspired by the river.
Hear in their own words the impact of a few days immersed in the challenges and joys of fall canoeing and camping on the river.
Annual event on October 1 will remember Randy “Frog Guy” Korb with hands-on fun.
Fifth annual event offers scenic trails and raises funds to support the popular park.
Tickets go on sale Sept. 15 for special performance to highlight the National Park next door.
Annual celebration of the region’s fall beauty and creative energy includes events from Afton to St. Croix Falls.