St. Croix forms the eastern boundary between Maine and Canada. It has
been heavily developed for electric power, reducing once
prolific runs of anadromous fish. However, the river still claims the
second largest Atlantic salmon run in the state.
St. Croix International Waterway Commission
Length: 62 miles
Drainage area: 1,500 square miles
Visit the EPA page for the St. Croix watershed.
See a profile
on the St. Croix by Lee Sochasky, Executive Director of the St. Croix
International Waterway Commission.
Rivers, Streams, and Lakes in the St. Croix Watershed:
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