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JACK RENDULICH

Their St. Louis River Quest passports in hand, a group of sixth-graders breezed into Station D5. Excitedly bobbing and weaving around a small aquarium set up on a table, the students from Holy Rosary School in Duluth immediately dove into work. Read more

Education

One River, Two Islands

Richard Hamilton Smith / Courtesy The Nature Conservancy

Two islands – one a sprawling half-mile square and the other barely covering a couple city blocks – reflect evolving attitudes about the St. Louis River and its value to the community. Read more

Recreation

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Jim Mathews, UW-Madison

Work done in a two-year research project on the St. Louis River Estuary may generate tools for phone and GPS devices that can be used to enhance hikes along the river. Read more

Natural World

The St. Louis River was named by Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, an explorer to the region who in 1749 was awarded the Order of St. Louis by the king of France. Read more

Lake Superior

The St. Louis River has drawn people from ancient to modern times, helping them to live. It almost died because of its link to the humans who congregated near it. Now it's again the focus of people, this time people who want it to survive and thrive. Read more

Lake Superior

When exploring along the banks of the St. Louis River, expect surprises. Read more

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