Stories from the St. Croix Watershed Research Station
Research station scientists were recently featured in a major media report about dog deaths caused by cyanobacteria, and the connections to climate and land use.
The St. Croix River Association recently recognized the Research Station for its contributions to conservation of the National Park in its backyard.
The biggest part of where Minnesota's rainfall goes is invisible, is where humans have made our greatest changes, and is one of the biggest reasons Minnesota’s waters are in trouble.
New report explains why water quality goals for the Wild & Scenic River will require ramped-up efforts.
Research station scientists recently ventured onto the vast ice expanses of Upper and Lower Red Lakes in Minnesota to begin studying its past.
One poet, three visual artists, and one choral curator will live and work at the St. Croix River cabin this summer.
Fixing pollution flowing into a lake can be foiled by phosphorus that just won't die.
Joshua Cunningham created more than 20 paintings during his residency at the station's historic cabin on the St. Croix River.
Article reports how station scientist sees issues related to farming and clean water.
New paper shows how humans are affecting "pristine" waters.
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