Computer simulation finds it possible to meet water quality goals for the Wild & Scenic River – if conservation is expanded.
University of Minnesota scientists have found a strategy to keep the non-native fish out of the St. Croix River.
Forum on October 20 will feature scientists sharing their research about the river and its region.
Students wade into the Willow River with a University of Minnesota scientist seeking critical conservation information.
Scientists uncover new information about the migration of the musical wood thrush.
“BioBlitz” event on Saturday, June 27 at the Minnesota Interstate State Park will enlist public to document what bugs call the park home.
Learn about the organisms that form the base of the river’s food web, but can also cause problems for people, wildlife, and water.
New reports cover bald eagle population and unexpected bird sightings.
Public meeting on January 3rd will offer lots of information about the amazing aquatic insects.
The St. Croix’s course is created by little disturbances, lots of time – and some interesting math.