People from Soderbeck Landing to Prescott, and many points in between, shared their photos of today’s snow.
Photos from adults and youth captured the beauty of the watershed. Submissions are now being accepted for the 2013 contest.
A rock slide in Osceola, Wis. provides an example of the forces which have shaped the region’s creeks, rivers and bluffs.
A broad effort to clean up the Apple River and reduce its harmful impacts on the St. Croix is getting underway, funded by two new grants.
More than 200 people attended the recent meetings – additional work will happen this winter before the final Heritage Summit in the spring.
The Zavoral/Tiller mining project on the bluff of the St. Croix River is on track to proceed unless the Scandia City Council denies the permit.
Make a donation to the St. Croix River Association and help keep the river clean and beautiful for future generations.
Registration for the 2013 paddle — to take place over six days in May — opens on November 15 and is expected to fill up quickly.
Laurie Allmann has published an article about what the proposed Scandia gravel could mean for the St. Croix’s silence.
The Nov. 17 workshop is being taught by outdoors writer and DNR communications director Chris Niskanen at Warner Nature Center.