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.
Apply to live and work for a few weeks this summer at the Pine Needles retreat in Marine on St. Croix.
A leading river researcher shares key information about the science behind the stewardship.
Artists-in-residence at the Marine on St. Croix retreat will share their river-inspired work November 15th.