Highlights from the 2013 St. Croix River Research Rendezvous

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It was a cool and wet day at Warner Nature Center yesterday as about 110 people took in 20-minute presentations about current research going on in the St. Croix River region.

Yesterday’s Rendezvous was the 25th annual event. It was actually started by Ron Lawrenz, who was the first director of the St. Croix Watershed Research Station – which still organizes the Rendezvous – and is now the director of Warner. Both facilities are affiliated with the Science Museum of Minnesota.

Below are my tweets from the Rendezvous. It’s hard to listen, think and type all at once, so please excuse any inaccuracies, typos or other errors. Here is last year’s highlights.


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Highlights from the 2013 St. Croix River Research Rendezvous