Oh, yes; yes, they are. They come in and pick things up.
Our environment office actually was born because of the contaminated sites. It was a grassroots movement where, actually, a group of women said no more to this dumping of contaminants. As we were saying earlier, who knows what is dumped there? We don't know. Pharmaceutical waste, chemical waste, medical waste, everything you can think of is dumped there.
When this ended up happening, in 1987 the office was born. Currently there is an environmental coordinator. Her name is Eva Johnson. You may have heard of her. She is very prominent within a lot of environmental circles. There's a woman named Lynn Jacobs. She has her master's in environmental science, I think. There's also Holly McComber. Basically it's those three people along with an administrative assistant.
They do a lot of work to ensure that our community remains as pristine as possible and that we preserve the lands we have. There are studies going on with regard to species at risk. Being an isolated area, we do have a good number of species at risk there. A lot of protection goes on there.
What was the other part of the question?