The area's rich soil allowed the Middle Colonies to become a major exporter of wheat and other grains. The shipbuilding and lumber industries enjoyed great successes due to the abundant forests. Pennsylvania was moderately successful with their iron and textile industries.
The natural resources were the fertile soil.
The middle colony natural resources were rich soil , wood , water , climate
woods and animals
they ate corn ad chicken
grain farmers seaports and manufactoring
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candy jk jk it was water, and food, plus natural resources like wood
Wheat, soil, iron, tobacco, and oil
Northern Colonies: timber (wood), whaling Middle Colonies: wheat and tobacco Southern Colonies: rice, indigo, tobacco
The affect that geography had on the economy of the middle Colonies was to help the economy. Farming was the main source of the economy and the fertile soil, and natural resources aided the Middle Colonies economy.
candy tabacco and many others........ I WAS JUST jocking
Merchants were drawn to the middle colonies because there was a lot of trade going on there. The farming and natural resources played a big part in why the economy was successful.
Since I am doing my research with my project of Delaware and the Middle Colonies, the most important feature is the following:RiversThey used many natural resources and the Middle Colonies were surrounded by the Southern Colonies and the New England Colonies.
The natural resources in middle Tennessee are coal and other minerals.
Fish cattle furs iron pigs sheep timber wheat
the resources in the middle colonies were river boats, deer, beavers, wood, trees, water, and fertile soil.
there main food resources where wheat
Climate, soil, and natural resources were all ideal reasons for middle colonies to grow crops. This drastically increase the ability to grow crops and cultivate them.
The natural resources were the fertile soil, trees, and fresh water.In addition, they focused on livestock and crops.metals such as: bronze; metaland fruits from trees
The Middle Colonies (New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey) enjoyed natural harbors, excellent fishing and whaling, iron ore in the mountains, timber, and good soil and growing season for wheat, rye, and other crops.
the main natural resources were well fertile soil, longer growing season, waterfalls, and were able to grow lots of flour.