St. Croix Valley

St. Croix Chapter is located in an area that at one time included large dry prairies. Today there are small oak savanna remnants that still contain some uncommon plants associated with those historic prairies. Our chapter works on a few of these, visits others to appreciate what is left, and educates folks on fire-dependent ecosystems. 

The St. Croix chapter covers Pierce, Polk and St. Croix counties in Wisconsin, and Washington county in Minnesota. We invite you to join us! 

Learn more on our Sites and projects page.


Chapter contact:  Evanne Hunt, [email protected]; 715-381-1291 
Facebook:  Chapter page

What's New

Date:  Saturday, March 6
Time:  10:00 am
Location:  Foster Cemetery

Let's clear brush or clear firebreaks for a spring burn!
Date: Saturday, March 6
Time: 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Come for one hours, two hours, whatever time you can volunteer is much appreciated!
Location: Foster cemetery
Bring: Drinking water, gloves, lunch.
Wear a mask!
We supply loppers and rakes.
Directions:  From Main street River Falls, turn west at stop light onto West Maple Street (towards the City Hall).  
Proceed approx. 9 blocks on Maple.
Turn left onto Apollo Road (there is a sign on a pole pointing to the RF Waste water treatment plant).
Proceed south to the plant gate.
Please RSVP.
A photo of Alexander after the November 2020 burn