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.
A short paddle down the wild Namekagon River is enough to remind us of what’s at stake.
Annual adventure offers lots of support to paddlers, as well as numerous programs to enrich the experience.
Enjoy canoeing or kayaking 92 miles of a wild & scenic river.
Bright snow and dark water make beautiful scenes along the St. Croix’s biggest tributary.
Third annual volunteer clean-up scheduled for Saturday, April 25.
National Park Service seeks landing hosts to educate and inform river visitors.
Start spring with some stewardship along the St. Croix’s biggest, wildest tributary.
Photographers found plentiful beauty along the river despite a dreary day.
Annual tradition notable due to less trash found in the river than in years past.