St. Louis River Alliance spent the 2012 summer monitoring for piping plover presence and nesting activity. The monitoring received some great press. Check out this story from NPR News and this one from the Duluth News Tribune.
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photo courtesy U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
We have information about the Radio Tower Bay Project on the St. Louis River Estuary. Contact us for more information!
Input is sought from the public on the current appearance of the St. Louis River. Click here to find out how you can help.
Check out the latest information regarding the St. Louis River as an Area of Concern (AOC): you can find it on our newest SLRA AOC Issues page by clicking "About the River" on the navigation bar above, or click here to go directly to the page.
Stream Restoration Project to Plant 20,000 Trees, Benefits the St. Louis River AOC: The St. Louis River Alliance partnered with Community Action Duluth on a project called the Duluth Stream Corps. Funded by a grant from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI), the project hired a crew of six to perform stream restoration work in the Duluth area. The project's goal helped restore Duluth’s cold water streams by planting 20,000 trees on privately owned streamside land throughout the Duluth area...(read the full story here).
Piping Plover Shorebird Recovery Gets Boost with Grant: read the full News Release here!