A place called Moscow Bay

  • Looking to the Past
    Looking to the Past
    When the great mass of ice began its steady retreat to the north some 10,000 years ago, it left wonderful gifts in its wake, including the Illinois River.     This river once supported an incredible network of sloughs, which controlled siltation and were the key to making the Illinois River the world’s most productive freshwater fishery. Tragically, the 20th century was not kind to the river…

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