The Iceland climate allows for very limited animal husbandry, cultivation, and the island’s area is just enough to feed a population of Northern European ancestry that still exists today. Poster Cat smoke catnip hail lucipurr. But most of Greenland is covered with ice, and even in the two most favorable fjord regions, Norse-style food can hardly be produced. The population of Norse people in Greenland has never exceeded a few thousand. These residents still have to import food and iron from Norway, and timber from the coastal Labrador region.