The Mississippi hides the most important iron ore deposits in the United States; are located namely in the arranged Mesabi. The ore is exported by the Great Lakes to the northeastern United States.

Industry

The state is also fat as an electricity producer, especially of nuclear origin. Minnesota is a traditionally agricultural region. It is one of the first national producers of oats, spring wheat, forage plants and sunflower seeds. Bovine farming (dairy farming, embouche) is highly developed. The other agricultural resources are maize, soy, barley, sugar beet, pig rearing and poultry. Forest exploitation remains active thanks to a policy of forest protection and systematic reforestation. The abundance of natural resources allowed the development of various industries. The main industrial sectors are agri-food (dairy plants, meat canning factories, mills, sugar refineries), metallurgy, heavy mechanics (industrial machinery), electronics,

The Mississippi and Lake Superior form two circulation routes of great commercial importance. Tourism is developed a lot in the lakes and forests of northern Minnesota, namely in Viajantes National Park and Itasca State Park.

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Major Cities in Mississippi

Jackson

Jackson, city and capital of the state of Mississippi in the United States. It has about 180,000 residents and is a transport center with a lot of textile industry and metallurgical industry. The city is named after President Andrew Jackson.

Private Schools in Mississippi by County