The non-native fish jump out of the water when boats pass, endangering safety as well as the ecosystem.
Created in 1895, the state park straddling the St. Croix was the first of its kind in the country.
Boat decontamination units will provide courtesy cleaning of boats to prevent the spread of non-native plants and animals.
Minnesota’s biggest state park has 20 miles of the St. Croix River, 34,000 acres of land, several historic buildings, and many opportunities.
Historic area will be changed from a wayside rest to a place primarily for picnicking and enjoying the river.
Minor flooding will cause a few days of a slow speed limit from the Dalles to the Mississippi.
Show your gratitude for public parks on the day after Thanksgiving, and get into the great outdoors.
Minnesota DNR has confirmed last weekend’s catches and its crews found at least one of the invasive fish in follow-up.
Hands-on instruction will help people get started with the popular piscine pastime.
Early June opportunities for outdoor adventure with kids and their adults.