West Plain of Greyhawk
The ground quickly levels out here, and the aspens do not extend onto this flat land. Small farmsteads are scattered across the land, though these are generally poor plots, long ago worked almost to exhaustion.
The fields are covered with a short, hardy grass that is green during the spring and after periods of rainfall throughout the rest of the year. At other times it dries to a wispy brown.
The farmers that labor here generally sell their goods in the Old City market, as the quality of their foodstuffs is low. But so is the cost, since the food does not have to be transported very far to get to the city.
Douglas Niles. Greyhawk Adventures, Gem of the Flanaess 1989