Bipartisan bill introduced to honor Wild & Scenic Rivers Act champion by putting his name on the popular Taylors Falls park.
University of Minnesota field school offers opportunity to get hands-on experience while searching for pre-European sites along the lower river.
The sandstone overhang was used centuries ago by native people for shelter, proven by artifacts and rock art that are now gone.
Swedish immigrant whose family settled on the St. Croix wrote about the experiences in a book recently republished by local historians.
Organization welcomes new board of directors and initiatives to promote region’s history and culture.
The entertaining and educational experience takes players on a trip through time, exploring connections between people and the river.
Explore the interactive map and learn about the people and places that define a rugged area along the upper river.
Read the words of river champions in the U.S. Senate before the unanimous vote to pass the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act.
The bridge was painted gray in 1942 due to shortages during World War II, but is now being restored as part of its transformation to a pedestrian crossing.
Nelson urged Minnesota officials to protect the St. Croix before it suffered the same abuses as America’s other great rivers.