Non-native fish captured in nets causes renewed concerns about recreation and ecological health on the lower river.
International event with St. Croix River region roots will be marked with broad array of activities over several days.
April 27 event at Interstate Park-Wisconsin offers lessons on essential topics ranging from knot-tying to fire-building, trip-planning to food-foraging.
A climatologist who studies precipitation trends explains how climate change is projected to make flooding events in the Midwest more severe and more frequent.
See the St. Croix’s spring flood from a unique vantage point giving views of the high water and community responses.
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.
Interested citizens are invited to share opinions about natural resources.
First 36 contributors provide priceless support for website and newsletter that connects people to the wild and wonderful St. Croix River.
Test on April 1 will broadcast sirens and a warning message that would warn people about a dam failure that could cause flooding downstream.