An area set aside for the care and cultivation of livestock and crops.
Livestock and crops were a valuable commodity, allowing the population to grow without relying on what food can be found by hunting and gathering. They provide a constant food source, more than the meat brought in by hunting parties.
Although the processes involved in keeping farms went against the grain of Native Americans' religion, they did keep crops. They tended to favour corn, beans, and squash, crops they referred to as "the three sisters.
- +0.1% to population growth
- Reduces the chance of food shortages
- +X Coins to Region Wealth (Depends on the Yield of the Farm)