The area between the mountains is mostly pastureland.
Recent Examples on the Web Dorworth and his River Cross Land Co. could have then submitted new development plans for the old pastureland just north of Orange County line and east of the Econolockhatchee River. —Martin E. Comas, orlandosentinel.com, 21 Apr. 2021 Drive any stretch of Highway 2, stretching 52 miles from the South Dakota border to Grand Island, for expansive views of the Great Plains and pastureland. —Sarah Rose, Travel + Leisure, 15 Mar. 2023 The rural pastureland, known as High Oaks, is owned by the Clayton family. —Martin E. Comas, Orlando Sentinel, 21 Mar. 2023 According to the most recent USDA Census of Agriculture in 2017, the largest share of the US agricultural land is owned by families and individuals (201.5 million acres of cropland and 223.8 million acres of pastureland). —Steven Savage, Forbes, 19 July 2022 The Keystone pipeline spill in a creek running through rural pastureland in Washington County, Kansas, about 150 miles northwest of Kansas City, also was the biggest in the system’s history, according to U.S. Department of Transportation data. —Anchorage Daily News, 9 Dec. 2022 To test this hypothesis, Tiedje and colleagues took 12 samples from the pastureland surrounding the ARMO and 12 samples from the nearby pristine rainforest. —Guest Blogger, Discover Magazine, 5 Feb. 2013 The Keystone pipeline spill in a creek running through rural pastureland in Washington County, Kansas, about 150 miles northwest of Kansas City, also was the biggest in the system's history, according to U.S. Department of Transportation data. —John Hanna, USA TODAY, 10 Dec. 2022 And the animals need water to drink and land to live on, some of which is cleared of trees or native grasses for pastureland or to grow feed. —April Reese, Discover Magazine, 22 July 2014 See More
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