Located about 50 miles northwest of Columbus, Ohio, Campbell Hill, at 1,549 feet, is Ohio’s state highpoint. The “hill” is actually a glacial moraine, left behind by the massive Laurentide Ice Sheet that covered millions of square miles of Canada and the Northern United States. Learn more in this next installment of Science Wednesdays!

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photo by: Ulyana H. Peña