Lands of Antiquity
Village of Appleberry
One of several small farming villages settled in the last 30 years within 20 miles of Haven. Appleberry takes its name from the berry bushes and wild apple orchards that farmers found growing in the area. The land around the village is mainly flat grassland, easy to farm and support herds. Farmers were happy to find wild cattle and goats in the many thickets along the steams or in the hills to the north. One family in particular, the Sandburgs, found over 200 wild cattle grazing in a shallow valley and took that as a sign to quit moving and locate their farm there.
AppleBerry has a population of about 200 people. Half of these in the small village, and half on outlying farms. The village has a tavern, stable, sundries store, along with several warehouses. One of the Dukes agents has an office attatched to a warehouse.