Public television program visits the Wild and Scenic river to enjoy its beauty and celebrate the people and fish who call it home.
See the St. Croix’s spring flood from a unique vantage point giving views of the high water and community responses.
See the St. Croix any time of day or night with webcams on the upper and lower river.
The sandstone overhang was used centuries ago by native people for shelter, proven by artifacts and rock art that are now gone.
Trumpeter swans and other waterfowl hunkered down on the St. Croix River on a cold and windy day.
Spring-fed creeks along the St. Croix River are still open and tinkling along even when the air temperature dives far below freezing.
With water gushing out of the ground at his feet, a Minnesota-based spring hunter explains what makes the St. Croix’s so special.
Local drone pilot compiles favorite clips of twelve months in the skies above Stillwater and beyond.
Spend a day on the river with YouTube host Sgt Outdoors, catching the feisty and tasty fish.
Take in the river, take a deep breath, and enjoy a brief escape from anything that’s bothering you.