International event with St. Croix River region roots will be marked with broad array of activities over several days.
New song from Stillwater’s Frankie Lee reflects on change in the river town, paired with archival footage of river swimmers.
A spring tradition creates connections between two churches in two states, many people, and some sweet trees.
A climatologist who studies precipitation trends explains how climate change is projected to make flooding events in the Midwest more severe and more frequent.
This spring’s conditions could fuel big blooms of algae that can make Lake St. Croix water unpleasant, or even unsafe.
See the St. Croix’s spring flood from a unique vantage point giving views of the high water and community responses.
The invasive plant which has been found nearby can choke out other wetland species and change the ecosystem.
Annual event on April 27 will offer the chance to work on land or on the water.
Connect with St. Croix River region people and organizations interested in promoting its history, nature, art, culture, and recreation.
Reading love letters to the river from its many fans showed the power of stories to inspire stewardship.