Stories from the St. Croix Watershed Research Station
Research Station scientists spent this summer searching Minnesota lakes for Cylindro — blue-green algae originally from the tropics that could cause more problems for the state's beloved clean waters.
International organization presents Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to study of lake history, joined in the honor by colleagues for more than four decades.
Oct. 9 conference will feature posters and presentations about current scientific studies happening in the St. Croix River and its watershed.
Science-based strategies seek elusive balance between protecting lakes and rivers while supporting farmers.
The annual one-day conference in Marine on St. Croix seeks presentations and posters about river-related research.
Three Twin Cities artists and one art and science student from Iowa will live and work in the Pine Needles cabin this summer.
Dr. Adam Heathcote spent an hour talking about the state's beloved waterbodies and the challenges they face as Minnesota Public Radio kicked off a month of water programming.
The first four decades of cleaning up the huge northern lake weren’t easy, but it might seem that way compared to what’s ahead.
Common chemical in industrial discharges has far-reaching effects on lakes, rivers, and the plants that live in them.
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.
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