Here’s what we know about how the river has changed since 1850.
Computer simulation finds it possible to meet water quality goals for the Wild & Scenic River – if conservation is expanded.
A partnership between the city and conservation agencies has stopped erosion and will keep undesirable phosphorus out of the water.
Public comments are due by Dec. 4 on a plan to reduce pollution in the St. Croix River tributary.
How water moves through the broad, 25-mile stretch has big implications for cleaning up its algae problem.
A leading river researcher shares key information about the science behind the stewardship.
Get some exercise and help prevent harmful algae in the St. Croix.
November 13 presentation will cover grassroots runoff reduction in lake near St. Croix Falls.
Recent blue-green algae blooms are unnatural and unhealthy for people, pets, and the river.
A recent on-the-water workshop provided motivation and inspiration for efforts to improve the river’s water.