Highlights from the St. Croix River Research Rendezvous

Tweets from the annual gathering of scientists provide a glimpse into the information-packed day.




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Warner Nature CenterScientists, researchers, policy-makers and others with a stake in the St. Croix River region came together today to share information about their work. Topics included brook trout, zebra mussels, climate change, phosphorus reduction, and lots more.

The annual St. Croix River Research Rendezvous has been organized by the St. Croix Watershed Research Station since 1989. It was hosted by Warner Nature Center in Marine on St. Croix, Minn., which provided a lovely setting for learning.

I took pages of notes which will inform a few in-depth posts soon. I also tweeted sporadically throughout the day and offer those below as a little taste for the presentations. It’s obviously lacking a lot of important context, so stay tuned for the full report!

(I got Judy’s last name wrong in my tweet, it is Judy Helgen, and you can buy her new book here: Peril in the Ponds: Deformed Frogs, Politics, and a Biologist’s Quest.)


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