Thank you to all of our witnesses for being here today.
I took particular note, Mr. Walz, of your comments with regard to families and the cultural and social significance of hunting in the north. In particular, I was hoping you could tell us a little bit about the Take a Kid Trapping program. Part of the reason I am asking is that, as a member who represents an urban riding, I still understand the value of connecting children with nature. I know that my son, who is a teenager, does not wake up until noon if you don't get him up, except when his grandfather and uncle take him fishing. Then he is up at five o'clock, and he is ready and raring to go.
Could you tell us a bit more about that program?