"Automatic Water Level Control Structures" (constructed circa 1968)
Un-Inflated Fabridam on Marsh Run
Fabridam on Marsh Run Inflated to an 8' Height
These in-channel structures, called fabridams, were installed in Marsh Run channel to provide irrigation water for specialty vegetable crops such as celery, onions, and lettuce in the adjacent muck soil fields. The four (4) fabridams on Marsh Run are the original ones that were installed in the late 1960's. This channel and the nearby up-ground reservoir (which supplies water to this channel) are near the town of Celeryville, Ohio.