Environmental journalist who recently published a new book about Asian carp species and the human response to the non-native fish will present at two events in the area this April.
Young people from schools up and down the river and beyond gathered in River Falls to learn, and get inspired to lead.
Chemical pollution and hunting pushed Ospreys to the edge of extinction in the mid-20th century. Today, they have rebounded and can be spotted worldwide, often nesting on manmade structures.
Headline-grabbing behemoth caught through the river ice has been certified as the largest in Minnesota history.
Extensive work at the site’s runoff retention pond this winter is intended to increase the holding capacity before spring melt.
Unique partnership ensures river scenery will be preserved, a hiking trail will be possible, and a farmer will continue working the land.
The trip includes shuttles, gear transport, six nights of camping, educational programs, five meals — and the chance to get to know a great river and great people.
Axdahl Farms restore land to improve productivity and reduce runoff into the river.
Author of new book that documents how farming can produce crops while reducing negative impacts will lead discussions at two libraries near St. Croix tributaries.
With water gushing out of the ground at his feet, a Minnesota-based spring hunter explains what makes the St. Croix’s so special.