Valley residents invited to say hello, talk about painting the river, and watch the village come to life on the canvas.
A budding Brazilian scientist spending his summer in the St. Croix Valley got to take a break from the laboratory and spend an afternoon on the river.
July 18th event in Marine on St. Croix will feature prairie tours, expert talks, native plant sale, and more.
A boater concerned about pollution collected an algae sample so scientists could see what it said about the river.
Four individuals will spend time this summer at the historic home of a St. Croix steward.
Learn about the organisms that form the base of the river’s food web, but can also cause problems for people, wildlife, and water.
St. Croix Watershed Research Station announces artist/writer residencies for this summer.
Learn how to create an interactive computer version of the St. Croix Valley on June 18th.
Global warming will mean more spring floods and ideal conditions for late-summer algae.
Artists and writers will interact with scientists, the community, and the river during this summer’s program.