Spend time living and working this summer on the banks of the St. Croix River with the unique science-art program.
Innovative initiative effort seeks to reduce agricultural runoff by letting farmers do what they do best.
The entertaining and educational experience takes players on a trip through time, exploring connections between people and the river.
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.
Three Twin Cities artists and one art and science student from Iowa will live and work in the Pine Needles cabin this summer.
Choir performs original composition about the river’s history and connections to humans, accompanied by piano — and beautiful photos.
The application deadline is February 28, 2018 to live and work at the historic St. Croix River cabin this summer while helping enhance scientific understanding through art.
Here’s what we know about how the river has changed since 1850.