Malacologist Mark Hove will share information about the surprisingly wonderful creatures he studies.
DNR scientist will share how studies of the imperiled reptile – including on the Namekagon River – will help the species survive.
Studies of the Wild & Scenic river reveal parallels to the people who call it home.
Dr. Kurt Fausch will offer observations about why the world needs rivers.
Twenty-four-hour event from May 20 to 21 will attempt to find and identify numerous species.
Computer simulation finds it possible to meet water quality goals for the Wild & Scenic River – if conservation is expanded.
Researchers have discovered new ways to stop the destructive non-native fish.
Artist stayed on the river last summer and studied it intensely.
Expanded annual conference March 22-23 features fascinating speakers and movie night.
The big, graceful birds have made a remarkable comeback in the past 50 years.