Landscape: tallest mountain peak in Georgia: Brass town Ball,
Resources: Marble, apples, gold, commercial forests, receives the most rain (provides the most water to the state. Both the Chatt. and Savannah rivers begin in Blue Ridge)
Industries: Apple, tourists, forestry
Largest region – makes up more than 50% of the state but sparsely populated (few people)
Landscape – varies as you go south. Flat land – best farming in Georgia in upper coastal plains, sandy soil further south. Navigable rivers, Beach and marshland on coast along with barrier islands.
Resources: farmland for crops, Okefenokee Swamp, important seaports
Industries: Farming (peanuts, onions, pine trees, peaches, pecans) Tourists, International shipping (seaports)