Comment period also extended on proposed management changes.
Osceola looks to loosen zoning for big bluff-top building
Proposal for new mixed-use development raises concerns about impact on the town and river.
Wisconsinites invited to participate in Conservation Congress process
Ideas invited for managing state’s natural resources.
Tropical Wings invites applications for St. Croix Valley bird habitat grants
Individuals, businesses, and organizations can request up to $1,000 to help migratory birds.
Hinckley art gallery to host exhibit of local Ojibwe artist’s work
Paintings by Robert DesJarlait show “personal visions of a tribal reality.”
National Park Service presents pair of options for future of Fairy Falls
Agency requests feedback on management plan for day use area near Stillwater, open house March 7.
Companies seeking to bottle St. Croix Valley spring water
Businesses have been contacting residents along the lower river about possibly selling groundwater.
Applications now accepted for artist and writer residencies on St. Croix River
Program provides two- to four-week stays at historic riverside cabin to enhance scientific understanding through art.
Snowshoe to the source of the St. Croix
Guided hike on Feb. 18 will visit remote headwaters in northern Wisconsin.
Minnesota legislation seeks to improve management of misunderstood fish
DNR supports effort to study and recommend changes to regulations that currently leave several species vulnerable.
Afton State Park phenology, Feb. 3 to 16, 2023
Signs of the season include the Sucker Fish Moon, frosted trees, bald eagles, and many animal tracks.
Historic headwaters house connected Indigenous and European people
Ojibwe-French-English couple Antoine and Sarah Gordon lived at intersection of old travel routes and changing cultures.
Online forum will focus on zebra mussel threat in northwest Wisconsin
Event on Feb. 2 is hosted by local lake organizations, counties, and conservation groups.
Origins, journeys, and returning
Themes from Heidi Barr’s new book help readers find the unique ways in which they contribute to the healing of the world.