Hog Creek Marsh

Hog Creek Marsh
Dola, Ohio 45835
Hog Creek Marsh (Historical Marker) webpage

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Hog Creek Marsh
Coordinates: 40.7761662, -83.7285876
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About Hog Creek Marsh
Comprising 8,000 acres of Brookston-Crosby soils, the marsh is named for Hog Creek which drains it. Once a shallow lake, cranberries, wild flags, and grasses flourished here. Reclamation (1868) cost $13.00 per acre. Dredging was done by steam scow; lateral ditches were hand dug by spade. The original grade of 1/3″ in 100′ proved ineffective for onion, beets, and potatoes. In 1949 restored drainage outlets breathed new life for today’s soybean and corn agriculture.
From Hog Creek Marsh (Historical Marker) webpage

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