By Rachel and Jean
This rockin' region is named for the St. Lawrence River and Lake Champlain. St. Lawrence Champlain Lowland connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes. Some important cities are Massena, Malone, Potsdam, Plattsburgh, and Ogdensburg. The region that borders St. Lawrence Champlain Lowland is the Adirondack Upland.
It has great soil for farming. Dairy farms and fruit orchards are some resources that are important. Hay and oats are raised. It has great soil for farming.
If you went to St. Lawrence Champlain Lowland you will see beautiful attractions. Some attractions are beautiful islands, summerhouses, and magnificent castles. The Thousand Islands are large and have beautiful woods.
St. Lawrence Champlain Lowland has great recreation spots. You can play water sports because of places like Lake Champlain. Also, you can play water sports because of St. Lawrence River. I bet if you went to St. Lawrence Champlain Lowland you would have lots of fun in the water.
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