Upland

Upland may refer to:

  • Highland (geography), an area of higher land
  • Upland (freshwater ecology)
Place names

In Germany:

  • Upland (Hesse) - mountain range in the state of Hesse.

In Sweden:

  • Uppland, a province of Sweden (English exonym)

In the United States:

  • Upland, California, in San Bernardino County
  • Upland, Monterey County, California
  • Upland, Indiana
  • Upland, Kansas
  • Upland, Nebraska
  • Upland, Pennsylvania
Other uses
  • Upland Brewing Company, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Other articles related to "upland":

List Of Ecoregions In North America (CEC) - Northern Forests - Softwood Shield
... Athabasca Plain and Churchill River Upland (ecoregion) Lake Nipigon and Lac Seul Upland (ecoregion) Central Laurentians and Mecatina Plateau (ecoregion) Newfoundland Island (eco ...
Upland, Kansas - History
... It once was the home of the Upland Mutual Insurance Company. ...
Podolian Upland
... The Podolian Upland (Ukrainian подільська височина, podil’s’ka vysochyna) is an upland in western and southwestern Ukraine, with its small northwestern part ... The Podolian Upland and the Volhynian Upland are often taken together as the Volhynian-Podolian Upland ...
Mammals Of The Indiana Dunes - Upland Forest
... Upland forest is the most extensive habitat along the lake ... It is divided between upland oak forest mixed deciduous forest, and coniferous forest ...
Laurentian Upland
... The Laurentian Upland (or Laurentian Highlands) is a physiographic province which, when referred to as the "Laurentian Region," is recognized by Natural ... United States Geological Survey recognizes the Laurentian Upland as the larger general upland area of the Canadian Shield ...

Famous quotes containing the word upland:

    I can exchange opinion with any neighbouring mind,
    I have as healthy flesh and blood as any rhymer’s had,
    But O! my Heart could bear no more when the upland caught the wind;
    I ran, I ran, from my love’s side because my Heart went mad.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    A strange thing surely that my Heart, when love had come unsought
    Upon the Norman upland or in that poplar shade,
    Should find no burden but itself and yet should be worn out.
    It could not bear that burden and therefore it went mad.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    There was not a tree as far as we could see, and that was many miles each way, the general level of the upland being about the same everywhere. Even from the Atlantic side we overlooked the Bay, and saw to Manomet Point in Plymouth, and better from that side because it was the highest.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)