The Forest Province is one of the five provinces of the United Island, located in the north-central region of the country on the north coast. It is the second largest province by area. The borders of the Forest Province were drawn up on December 19, 2016, when the United Island was founded during the First Continental Congress. After the secession of Staufenberg and the dissolution of the Interior Province on February 4, 2017, the boundaries of the Forest Province were expanded south to the coast. Eden serves as the provincial capital.



The original borders of the Forest Province.

The Forest Province is bounded by the Delta Province and Eastern Province along the Euphrates River to the east, Balaam Province and the city-state of Staufenberg in the west, and the Ocean to the north and south. Much of the province is covered by the temperate Forest of Eden, although the southern portion lies in the Great Western Plains. The country's largest lake, Lake Aary, is situated in the northeast quadrant of the province. In addition to the Euphrates River, the Forest Province is home to a large system of shallow lakes and waterways in the western Forest of Eden. A small region of plains lies along the northern coast.


Updated February 10, 2017

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