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Posted in response to Rockhounding in Ohio from Barclay on May 27, 2014 at 08:14:21:

Re: Rockhounding in Ohio

If you near Columbus or Zanesville there is the Nethers farm. It is a fee area to dig Ohio flint. If you just need tumbling material it is lying all over the ground. For directions you can stop at the Flint Ridge Museum at Brownsville I believe there is a sign on I-70. If you are near Toledo, there is a fossil park collecting area at a Sylvania quarry for braciopods and trilobites. Good luck. Ken

From Kenneth Gossman - June 01, 2014 at 13:54:37
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