Here’s what we know about how the river has changed since 1850.
Erosion control is keeping massive amounts of soil and nutrients out of the St. Croix River.
Computer simulation finds it possible to meet water quality goals for the Wild & Scenic River – if conservation is expanded.
Global warming will mean more spring floods and ideal conditions for late-summer algae.
Recent blue-green algae blooms are unnatural and unhealthy for people, pets, and the river.
Washington County groups get creative to reduce runoff and improve water quality in the lower St. Croix River.
A proposal to reduce phosphorus in the Willow River would engage farmers, property-owners and towns.
Public agencies and organizations recently celebrated a milestone in their effort to improve water quality, noting that the real work is only beginning.