Monthly Archives: June 2011

Participate in a beach cleanup in the Chicago area

By Abby Crisostomo With summer weather finally here in the Chicago region, beach season is now officially underway.  But with those beachgoers comes their trash, along with concerns about how that trash affects the quality of the water we swim … Continue reading

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Hall of Fame fisherman sees Chicago River as ‘jewel in the rough’

An angler for more than 60 years, 72-year-old Don Dubin has fished all over the world, but he claims that the best and most diverse fishing is right here in northeastern Illinois. In addition to the cold water fishery of … Continue reading

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