Officials urge responsible recreation to protect people, property, and the river — and avoid further restrictions.
Allen S. King Plant near Bayport will be retired as utility company moves toward renewable, carbon-free energy sources.
Tia Nelson shares memories of her father’s early life in the region, how it inspired him to protect the environment, and how she carries on the legacy.
Non-native fish captured in nets causes renewed concerns about recreation and ecological health on the lower river.
The St. Croix River’s abundant mussels play an important role in keeping the water clean.
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.
Look for eagles on January 26 and report sightings to help scientists understand possible population problems.
Tropical Wings invites applications for funding to preserve and restore land to support migratory birds.
National organization declares black willow in Marine on St. Croix the largest specimen in America.
‘Workshop on the Water’ provides support for elected and appointed officials, businesses, and residents to help preserve and improve the St. Croix as an essential community asset.