The non-native bush that has overrun forests in the region not only changes the landscape but could also harm lakes and rivers.
Endangered mollusks only live in a fraction of their historic range, while scientist seek to better understand and protect their delicate population.
Digital database iNaturalist lets you record and explore observations of birds, insects, plants, and much more.
Look for eagles on January 26 and report sightings to help scientists understand possible population problems.
Studying how host fish interact with winged mapleleaf mussel should help guide reintroduction efforts.
Seldom seen bottom-feeders only live where the water is deep and clean, like the St. Croix, and can alert scientists to pollution.
Highlights of the St. Croix River-related science presented at this fall’s Research Rendezvous.
Oct. 9 conference will feature posters and presentations about current scientific studies happening in the St. Croix River and its watershed.
The annual one-day conference in Marine on St. Croix seeks presentations and posters about river-related research.
See some of the tiny organisms that live in the river through the eyes of a young photographer.