Whittredge Forest

A good portion of research is devoted to agriculture on this mostly mountainous and infertile land. Wherever life has prospered on this continent it is a matter of study and conservation. Whittredge is the one great forest of Terrain. It is constantly monitored and carefully harvested. Giant airships are used to carry lumber from its lush interior in a thinning process that protects the woodland. At the same time various wild plants, fruits, nuts and mushrooms are gathered and shipped out.

Another of the forest conservator's missions is to keep out dangerous species. The most terrible is the giant Termax that, when mature, can actually tear into and eat a living tree.