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(covers information from several alternate timelines)
Dahkur Province was a region on Bajor dominated by agricultural use. One notable exception were the Dahkur Hills, an impassable area that included Kola Mountain, Tanis Canyon, Ratosha Pass, and Serpent's Ridge.
Due to this rough mountainous terrain, the Bajoran Resistance was able to survive in Dahkur Province better than in other regions of Bajor. The resistance cell led by Shakaar Edon used these mountains as an advantage, a group which even Gul Dukat admitted that the Cardassians were not able to effectively suppress. (DS9: "Shakaar")
In 2371, the Bajoran Agricultural Ministry developed soil reclamators that could detoxify the province's soil. Kai Winn Adami, during her brief tenure as First Minister, ordered the reclamators be deployed to Rakantha Province in the hopes of growing cash crops for export, such as boton, moreka, and salam grass. However, the reclamators had already been promised to Dahkur Province, and Winn's attempts to force their early removal nearly led to civil war. (DS9: "Shakaar")
|Geographical features on Bajor|
|Land formations: Cliffs of Undalar • Dahkur Hills • Fire Caves • Janitza Mountains • Kendra Valley • Kola Mountain • Northern peninsula • Northwest peninsula|
|Perikian Peninsula • Ratosha Pass • Sahving Valley • Serpent's Ridge • Southern islands • Tanis Canyon • Trilar Peninsula|
|Forests: Bestri Woods|
|Rivers: Glyrhond River • Holana River • Yolja River • Qui'al Dam|
|Districts: Northeastern District • Northwestern District|
|Provinces: Dahkur • Eastern • Kendra • Hill • Musilla • Rakantha • Lonar • Tozhat • Hedrikspool|
|Settlements: B'hala • Hathon • Ilvia • Jalanda City • Janir • Jo'Kala • Kran-Tobol • Lasuma • Relliketh • Tamulna • Tempasa • Unnamed|