Permanently protecting the St. Croix River took big leaps forward in the last month of 1964.
The clean and clear waters of the St. Croix and Namekagon Rivers are a precious resource requiring stewardship.
From the ashes, native prairie grass and its endangered inhabitants will regrow on lands along the St. Croix.
New law will let property-owners develop “substandard lots,” eroding protections intended to preserve scenery and water quality.
Jim Harrison worked to protect and preserve the St. Croix starting almost 50 years ago, and leaves a legacy of stewardship.
There aren’t enough votes to move Wisconsin Senate bill, but new efforts are advancing in the state to curtail local control and remove river protections.
With proposals for new oil pipelines under the St. Croix and its tributaries, a well-informed advocate shares safety suggestions.
Julie Galonska will lead the National Park as it enters its 50th year — amid numerous opportunities and challenges.
New pipeline would cross under St. Croix tributaries, but Department of Commerce says the company can’t demonstrate it is needed for energy supply.
Focus will be new recreational opportunities in the lower St. Croix valley and exploring ways to improve water quality through sustainable development and native landscaping.