Jack Geiler can still pinpoint the place where he bagged his first buck, back in 1946. He's hunted turkey for years in these parts, too. After a snowfall, the land sloping down to the Mississippi River looks like a rumpled towel, each ravine folding into the next, from Isle du Bois Creek south to Wolf Hollow and beyond. Not a flat... More >>>
By Mark Gilliland
Maxine Lipeles, lawyer and director of Washington University's Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic: "The big picture is, there are 4,000 acres of basically undisturbed property. It's rich habitat, and it's spectacular."