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If any pond turns this color after a rain, there are serious erosion problems upstream. We grew up seeing this and not realizing how serious a problem it represented. No one knew back then. But we know now. And we now know how to prevent this. And it usually does not cost very much. Consider the loss of fertile topsoil, fish, other wildlife, property values, and visitors when they see these mountain ponds and streams.

Clean water is probably White County's MOST VALUABLE resource. The above and all other pictures in this section can be seen from the road. What can visitors be thinking about us?

 

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