Once again, as another year draws to its end, we’ve crunched the numbers and found the most popular stories of the year. These are the posts that were most-read, so they really are picked by St. Croix 360’s readers.
Thank you for reading St. Croix 360, sharing our articles, and truly being the most important part of this site.
Without further ado, let’s count down:
Researchers find tiny pieces of plastic in the water from Seeley to Prescott.
See the river’s small and wild beginnings and its broad lower reaches in two short videos.
Hudson woman entertains and educates kids about taking care of lakes and rivers.
Commercial fishermen catch carp and more in the cold waters at Point Douglas.
Features include a fishing pier, canoe and kayak launching, walking trails, and picnic areas.
The non-native fish jump out of the water when boats pass, endangering safety as well as the ecosystem.
Residency offers inspiration, solitude, and chances to connect with the river, the community, and scientists.
Elected officials in Wisconsin want to let company ignore zoning after court decision upholding protections.
The bridge now fully spans the river, and only six months of work remain to prepare it for use. (It did open, and the Lift Bridge did close, read all about it here.)
Volunteer tree survey finds a record-breaking specimen of important floodplain species.