A Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources biologist will teach property-owners what to plant to meet wildlife needs and attract birds and butterflies.
Citizens are invited to two meetings on January 31 to learn more and share their ideas about efforts to improve water quality in the Lower St. Croix River.
Participants in the trip will experience 92 miles of paddling down the wild and beautiful river, stopping along the way for special community events.
St. Croix State Park will fully re-open its campgrounds in the spring, after being closed for overnight use since last July’s windstorm.
Park Service presentations will cover why invasive Asian carp are bad for the St. Croix River, and provide an update on steps being taken to control their spread.
Donate to the St. Croix River Association and help protect the river.
Two of us (and a dog) spent a couple hours exploring the St. Croix Dalles on a chilly, gray, and beautiful day in November.
A professor will speak at the National Scenic Riverway headquarters in St. Croix Falls about how his research helps efforts to protect the important grain.
A recent project on the upper St. Croix will hopefully attract migratory songbirds to an area hit by the July 1 blowdown storm.
Parking will only be allowed on the north side of the road, while other proposals to further regulate parking were rejected.