Springs Have Sprung

 Rocks are weeping along the St. Croix River. If you hike along the river’s edge, you can see clear, cold water trickling down the sides of their walls and burbling to the surface year-round. In seepage swamps, found low at the bases of cliffs, skunk cabbage blooms in late winter, while in the spring, rare…
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Birds Gone Wild

Because native flowers, shrubs and trees also help to prevent erosion and runoff water pollution, watershed districts in Washington County can provide grants to people for planting or improving bird habitat along lake, stream and wetland edges and for people with cropland or ravines that drain to the St. Croix River and other waterways.

How Can I Get You In Some New Landscaping This Spring?

Can’t you just see yourself driving away with a new bundle of seedling trees this spring?

Grab Your Ark And Get Ready

In fact, they issued a revised flood forecast on February 17 that actually increases the odds of flooding for all major river systems, including the St. Croix and Mississippi Rivers.

A New Twist On Fish Fry

For those of you keeping track, 23,000 pounds of carp could probably feed at least one thousand hungry Packer fans, more if you went heavy on the rye bread.