Three outings offer opportunity to explore the St. Croix and Namekagon rivers and create art.
Flooded streams are wreaking havoc on the St. Croix River’s watershed and residents – but people are showing their resilience.
July 3 event in Marine on St. Croix offers prizes to the boats that best celebrate America’s 240th birthday and the nation’s beloved parks – which include places from Yellowstone to the St. Croix.
Annual race in Marine and Scandia starts on the river, explores the scenic countryside, and ends at a park with food and music.
Minnesota’s biggest state park has 20 miles of the St. Croix River, 34,000 acres of land, several historic buildings, and many opportunities.
Celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service with an ambitious adventure on the St. Croix and Namekagon Rivers.
Outfitted and guided kayak trips will explore the river, art, and inspiration.
Historic area will be changed from a wayside rest to a place primarily for picnicking and enjoying the river.
The event this Sunday morning will honor the essential nature of water in our world.
Eight outings will provide new perspectives on the river this summer.