As large livestock farms proliferate (including a new proposal in the St. Croix River watershed), the state wrestles with how to fund inspections and regulation.
Nation’s largest Adopt-A-Drain program lets local residents take charge of keeping drains clear and lakes and rivers clean.
Unique program empowers volunteers to find new ways to protect the river and its watershed.
Officials urge responsible recreation to protect people, property, and the river — and avoid further restrictions.
From paddles to trail challenges, the St. Croix River Association is offering many opportunities to celebrate summer in the outdoors.
Birds of prey are now busy feeding their young as the babies grow rapidly.
Experience the region’s arts and artists while enjoying a guided trip to studios and other sites.
Citizen poets pen short verses on the Afton prairie as event welcomes back the big brown beasts for another summer.
Regional park on the lower river to expand by 100 acres, providing new facilities and St. Croix swimming.
The expansion of an existing gravel pit and new sand mining at the site is raising questions and concerns about water, air, and the impacts of frequent blasting.