“Some of my most unforgettable moments are sitting on the shores of a boreal forest lake on a calm night with no wind, watching the northern lights dance overhead while the haunting calls of loons echo across the water.”
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.
Michigan Researcher Lissy Goralnik Explores the Connections
An essay from Kim Eckert’s book, Birding by Hindsight
Images of the St. Croix Valley by Bruce Leventhal
Agate Magazine and Holy Cow! Press are teaming up to create a hive of bee activities in Duluth.
A conversation with the poet and the entomologist whose teamwork produced an anthology of poems about bees.
Poets and visual artists contemplate Lake Superior.
A poem and photos to celebrate a winter storm.
St. Croix Valley artist finds inspiration in his backyard.