That's a very good question. Primarily, we don't offer programs for more industry-based projects. Those tend to be through the province or the federal government or the municipal government, and not-for-profits like Sustainable Waterloo Region. But we do work with those locations where they have land holdings where they may want to do tree planting, for example, so a program like Trees for Guelph, which is a not-for-profit that we work very closely with. Actually, we supply the staff member, so we more or less are the agency that operationalizes their vision. They are working with local businesses in Guelph that happen to have property. In many of those industrial developments they have areas where they can plant trees, or vice versa, provide some funds and then we work with Trees for Guelph to plant trees in school areas with schoolchildren. Again, there's a nice connection between local business, local community, quality of life.
There's a similar relationship in Brantford where we have Earth Week, and we have a few really key individuals in Brantford who are working with, again, the businesses in Brantford, very many of them industrial. There's a new industrial park and we're working with them on a long-term project. I think it's a 100-acre forest, and we're planting with funds provided by the local businesses, which also participate, again, in the volunteer events and support that. We don't go into energy saving or water saving. We work with things like source protection. We've done some work with businesses through source protection, but the venue that we're working with tends to be more land-based in those instances.