I came across a study by Cornell University that looked at the role of hunters in conservation. The study labelled the hunters as conservation superstars. With the metrics that you presented both from Alberta and Saskatchewan in terms of the acreage that you have secured for conservation, it's very clear that's true.
Again for Mr. Crabbe, you talk about 60,000 acres that the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation owns plus you manage another 100,000 acres for conservation. Can you elaborate on the public benefits that accrue from those landscape conservation programs of yours?