Great Lake Limestone

This fossilferous rock, which means it may contain some fragments of fossils, contains aquifer for domestic and farm use.  They are moderately to extremely steep slopes. There are few limitations to this rock, except on steep slopes where adequate drainage is crucial.

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[Bardstown] [Alluvium] [Lacustrine] [Louisville Limestone]

[Waldron Shale] [Laurel] [Osgood and Brassfield]

[Saluda Dolomite] [Rowland] [Great Lake Limestone] 

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