Celebrating 100 years of citizen stewardship of the St. Croix River by the St. Croix River Association (SCRA), this video chronicles a centenary paddle lasting 17 days and 180 river miles. The SCRA is the oldest citizen-based conservation organization in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The St. Croix, which in 1968 became one of the first rivers to be designated as a U.S. National Wild and Scenic River, flows from springs in northwestern Wisconsin to join the Mississippi downstream of Minneapolis—St. Paul at Prescott, WI. For more information visit saintcroixriverassociation.org

Produced by Hamline University's Center for Global Environmental Education. © 2011 CGEE. All rights reserved.

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