The St. Croix River watershed is the homeland of the Ojibwe and Dakota, who continue to live here and retain legal rights to the land and water.
Transportation corridors and population centers offer recognizable landmarks.
Forecasts call for slight rise in river levels, while there is hope drought will lift by mid-summer.
City simplifies process and seeks state funding to help demolish the dam.
Public lands and other preserves offer everything from logging to rare species.
The varied types of lands found in the region offer insights into natural and human history.
Annual meetings and surveys seek to include citizen views on managing popular fishery.
The rock underlying the river region spans Earth’s history — and affects the present day.
Helping you better understand the river and its watershed.
County approves easement to permanently protect 3,000 feet of river shoreline and much more.
Replacement will almost certainly add bike and pedestrian access to river crossing.
An encounter with one of the river’s wildest inhabitants.
Lake St. Croix Beach discovers it is not complying with permit for allowing private docks.
Highway department applies for federal funding to pave County Road O, an important access route.