Biologists work to restore endangered species that was once thought to be extinct, and today only breeds in the St. Croix River.
Numerous people and organizations came together to restore the creek’s meandering route and help improve the water and fish habitat.
An adventure inspires river reciprocity, and a call to action.
Axdahl Farms restore land to improve productivity and reduce runoff into the river.
Highlights of the St. Croix River-related science presented at this fall’s Research Rendezvous.
Local officials share memories of the river as they find common conservation values.
A partnership between the city and conservation agencies has stopped erosion and will keep undesirable phosphorus out of the water.
Resources are available for farmers to help slow runoff and reduce pollution into the river.
Help is available for homeowners to prevent bacteria from contaminating their water.
A recent on-the-water workshop provided motivation and inspiration for efforts to improve the river’s water.
Two workshops in May will provide information about landscaping and gardening to protect clean water.
Join us for a free workshop about curly leaf, milfoil, zebra mussels, Asian carp and other aquatic invaders.
Several recent initiatives to improve water quality in trout streams are improving habitat for the sensitive and beloved fish.
A new campaign will put drink coasters in bars and restaurants all over the St. Croix River area to help educate anglers about the benefits of clean water and what we can do to help keep the St. Croix clean the fish biting.