Indigenous-led ceremonial journey will offer prayers for the water every step of the way.
Riverway will burn invasive species at restoration sites between Feb. 25 and March 31.
Up to $1,000 is available for projects that help migratory birds, including land protection, native plantings, prairie restoration, and more.
Nonprofit ArtReach St. Croix is accepting applications to participate in group shows.
White-frosted trees and the frozen river star in this aerial footage.
Nonprofit wants to protect the river and provide expanded access for students and community members along St. Croix River tributary.
University of Minnesota scientist will share work to develop new crops and agriculture systems to protect soil and water.
Draft plan identifies public education and support for farmers as priority needs and aims to promote collaboration across levels of government and with the public.
Feb. 10 event will focus on emerging issue of large-scale livestock operations in the St. Croix River region.
Secondary students are invited to free conference where they will gather, learn, discuss, and take action to protect the river.