A beautiful corner of Georgia
The geography of this region is elevated flat land with lots of streams and rivers flowing through it. It is the southern most part of the Appalachian mountain trail. Most of the region is covered by woods. The forests brings tourism as well as lumber for the wood industry. Bordering 3 states means that transporting goods by truck can go through this area.
This region is not suitable for farming so it only has tourism and forestry for its economy. tourism is done through hang gliding, caving, and kayaking.
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