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The Parklands region extends in a broad arc from southwestern Manitoba, northwestward through Saskatchewan to its norther apex in central Alberta. The climate is marked by short, warm summers and long, cold winters with continuous snow cover. Because of its favorable climate and fertile, warm black soils, this region represents some of the most productive agricultural land in the Prairies. It produces a wide range of crops, including spring wheat, cereals, oilseeds, forages, and several specialty crops.