Dr. Jim Almendinger becomes third leader of scientific organization studying lakes, rivers and other waters around Minnesota and the world.
To search for rare species of the interesting insects, citizen scientists start by looking underwater.
A novelist, a painter, and a sculptor will live and work at the St. Croix River cabin this summer.
Residency offers inspiration, solitude, and chances to connect with the river, the community, and scientists.
Studies of the Wild & Scenic river reveal parallels to the people who call it home.
Computer simulation finds it possible to meet water quality goals for the Wild & Scenic River – if conservation is expanded.
Artist stayed on the river last summer and studied it intensely.
Natural history artists and writers can apply to spend part of the summer living and working at the historic cabin on the St. Croix River.
How water moves through the broad, 25-mile stretch has big implications for cleaning up its algae problem.
Forum on October 20 will feature scientists sharing their research about the river and its region.