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Last updated on Tuesday, July 29, 2008
(MARTINSVILLE) - The flooding last month that swamped large areas of Southern Indiana also swept away some of the region’s most valuable resource — soil.
The floods caused an estimated $800 million in crop damage just in Indiana.
However, losses due to erosion have been harder to tally.
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