Workshops and field trips will provide rich environmental education on both sides of the lower river.
For the past five decades, volunteers have offered children eye-opening experiences at St. Croix Valley site
A first-grade field trip brings kids to the banks of the river, teaching them about what makes it special, providing a chance to feel awe, and instilling a sense of stewardship.
Educator expeditions help spread knowledge and love of the St. Croix River so teachers can pass it along to students.
Teachers can get on the river and immersed in learning opportunities at a free event on either side of the river this summer.
Northwest Passage is offering a multi-day course about working with youth with mental health and behavioral challenges using nature photography and other practices.
Courses include offerings for ages 7 to 70+ who are interested in learning to sail — as well as “self-reliance, teamwork and sportsmanship.”
Professional development for educators will take place at sites up and down the lower St. Croix this June.
Program now accepting applications for education about promoting health of St. Croix River and its tributaries.
Students from two schools near the headwaters spent a day learning about the fun and the science of their special local waterway.