Thank you to the Marine Community Library for inviting St. Croix 360’s founder and editor Greg Seitz on the weekly program River Radio in December. Seitz and host Gayle Knutson talked about a wide range of topics, primarily discussing several recent St. Croix 360 stories:
- PFAS or “forever chemicals” found in lower St. Croix fish
- Stranded 100-year-old mussels at Wild River State Park
- Rare Ross’s Gull spotted at Douglas Point
- Lake sturgeon tagging, tracking, and fishing
- Allen S. King Plant redevelopment plans
- And more!
St. Croix 360’s segment begins at 37:15. Before the interview, Knutson talked about mining near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.with Becky Rom, chair of the Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters.
Thank you to Gayle and co-host Jim Maher not only for the invitation and the interview, but some very kind and generous words about supporting St. Croix 360 at the end of the segment. And thanks to technical director Matt Quast for making everything sound good!
The show is also available to stream on the Library’s website, or on major podcast platforms.
Mark Hove says
Nice segment, Greg! Thanks for sharing info about River Radio, too.
Allison Mcginnis says
Nice to hear you!
Great interview with Becky Rom!
Michael J Gallagher says
I enjoyed hearing from you. Great job!