Campers and counselors from a summer camp had to be rescued by authorities after swamping canoes Thursday night.
Heavy rain in the upper river watershed has resulted in record-breaking water levels, and has dangerous conditions above Riverside Landing.
Gary Noren, one of 11 people to paddle the length of the St. Croix and Namekagon Rivers last month, shared this video of his photos from the trip.
Learn about the history of the St. Croix near Chisago and Pine counties, and share your family’s own stories, at an event on Sunday, August 14.
Algae blooms broke out in the river last week during the hot weather. Planting rain gardens can help keep the river clean and healthy.
The DNR has released new photos of the extensive damage caused to the park by a major storm on July 1 — the park is closed indefinitely for clean-up and repairs.
It was a hot day on the water as paddlers in the trip down the river traveled from Marine to Stillwater. The journey ends this Friday in Prescott.
The ‘Be Moved by the River’ paddlers have enjoyed wildlife, beautiful scenery and camaraderie, and also experienced a big thunderstorm.
Kids can hold and touch live frogs and salamanders the evening of Friday, July 15 at a free event at the St. Croix River Visitor Center in St. Croix Falls.
Marine on St. Croix will celebrate the arrival of the ‘Be Moved’ paddlers on their trip down the whole river this weekend with special events.