Stories from the St. Croix Watershed Research Station
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.
Here's what we know about how the river has changed since 1850.
Past Pine Needles artist-in-residence Sarah Stonich and local science author Shawn Otto discussed how their books are infused with cultural and political issues.
Artists find inspiration and illumination by working with scientists, while researchers are intrigued and challenged by the artist’s perspective.
Longtime Research Station leader Dr. Daniel Engstrom was recently honored for his many contributions to studying and protecting Minnesota’s lakes, rivers, and streams.
Sarah Stonich, Shawn Otto, and the audience will have a conversation about 'novel activism' at Forest Lake library.
Scientists recently discovered more harmful algae blooms at the National Park in Lake Superior, a surprising problem for pristine waters surrounded by unbroken forests.
Dr. Jim Almendinger becomes third leader of scientific organization studying lakes, rivers and other waters around Minnesota and the world.
Tag along with a Research Station scientist as he joins a team searching for answers about climate and water on the rugged and rapidly-changing Arctic island.
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