St. Croix National Scenic Riverway

A red canoe on the bank of a wooded river
Phillipi Landing on the Namekagon River.

NPS

The St. Croix River and its major tributary, the Namekagon, were among the first four designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in 1968. A canoe on the Namekagon and upper St. Croix, passes through northern conifer and hardwood forests, extensive marshes, and wild rice beds. The lower St. Croix is home to unique collections of native mussels.

Paddle down to the resource briefs and reports to see what we're learning about this wild and scenic riverway.

Resource Briefs

Resources Briefs are condensed versions of our technical reports. They rely on graphics and images more than dense scientific writing, but anyone who is intrigued and wants to know more can always use the resource brief as an entry into the report.

Source: Data Store Saved Search 3453 (results presented are a subset). To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Reports

These technical reports are produced by network staff and other scientists working in, on, or along the St. Croix and Namekagon. Lots of information, lots of fascinating discoveries.

Source: Data Store Saved Search 3454 (results presented are a subset). To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Last updated: August 1, 2018