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The Blue Ridge Region

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Drew Sheldon

on 18 August 2014

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In the next ten to twenty years, I believe that the Blue Ridge region will have a population growth. Especially of people between the ages of 25 and 44, because many people this age are moving there to start or continue their lives. This age group has the highest percentage of people in the region. There are lots of good jobs and businesses in this region for these types of people to be involved in. This region is a beautiful place live and/or visit.
The Blue Ridge region is a beautiful region. It has the southern most part of the Appalachian Mountains, Brass Town Bald, and Amicolola Falls. Apples, corn and other vegetables are grown in this region. Many natural resources, such as, hay wood, timber, oak and hickory can be found in this region. Tourism is also another large business for the region because of all the stunning views.
Natural Resources/Major Businesses
Predicted Population Growth
The Blue Ridge Region
BY: Drew Sheldon

Blue Ridge
The most populous county in the Blue Ridge is Hall County. In Hall County, there are approximately 557.2 people per square mile. About 80.75% of the population are white, 7.27% African American, 0.17% Pacific Islander, and 8.75% other races. The average age for this region is 32 years old. An average household in the Blue Ridge region has 2.89 people living in it.
The Blue Ridge region in Georgia is located in the northeast corner of the state. It is the third largest region, following the Coastal Plain and Piedmont regions. Colleges in this region include: Brenau University, University of North Georgia, Gainsville State College, and Lanier Technical College.
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