New work by a 2018 artist-in-residence on the St. Croix River celebrates the beauty of a confluence where the waters of two rivers affected by very different human activities meet.
Network of heavy crude pipelines criss-crosses northern Minnesota and Wisconsin, including the St. Croix River headwaters.
There is no closed season for pursuing rocks.
St. Croix River headwaters could be affected by powerful rivers and weak oversight.
Notre Dame biologists study how native fish could be restored to the Namekagon River watershed.
The Lighthouse Road by Peter Geye Unbridled Books, 2012 Hardcover, 304 pages I: Odd Rex Fate and free will have been debated since the ancient Greeks believed that oracles, channeling the gods, could foretell our lives. Oedipus would kill his own father and sleep with his own mother, no matter the actions of lowly humans. […]