The Souris River flows majestically through the municipality separating it into two diverse geographical and agricultural zones.

West of the river is the sandy, rolling topography that cattle ranches abound. The Lauder Sandhills dominate much of that portion of the area and the natural vegetation of dry land is evident.

The east side of the river is flat arable farm land with grain farmers in abundance. The summer and fall demonstrates the variety of colors from different species of grain maturing. 
The farm yards of the area are groomed with pride by its inhabitants.