A bighead carp caught in the St. Croix near its confluence with the Mississippi has big implications for the future of native fish in the river.
Watch Peregrine Falcons incubate their eggs and raise their young on the tower of the Allen S. King Plant near Bayport.
An effort to restore part of Belwin Conservancy to natural prairie has meant the cutting of a large stand of pines that were planted by farmers in the 1950s or 1960s.
Join the National Park Service this Saturday for a day of learning and celebration of our national symbol.
To celebrate its 100th anniversary, the St. Croix River Association will travel the whole river in July, and the public is invited to join the trip.
After cresting last week and bottoming out again yesterday, the river is on its way back up to potentially an even higher crest than the first.
A Hudson photographer has created a time-lapse video of the rising waters last week.
The St. Croix is included in a cool map of the Mississippi River system, done in a style usually associated with subways.
Marine on St. Croix painter and fishing guide Bob White spent much of his life traveling between Alaska and Argentina, but he calls the St. Croix River home now.
The wildness, beauty and joy of the upper St. Croix River really shines through in a piece from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.