I think wetlands have emerged in importance, and awareness of their value is growing. With Ducks Unlimited and other hunting and fishing supported groups, there's a lot of alignment and awareness driven around wetlands as fish and wildlife habitat. The traditional sporting pursuits of hunting, angling, and trapping utilize those habitats.
That's where it all started. As we've moved ahead and done a lot of research, we've discovered that the ecological benefits of wetlands are profound. Wetlands store water, and release it slowly to help mitigate flooding. Wetlands sequester carbon. Restored wetlands sequester carbon. We also have all the impacts of species at risk well beyond the huntable, consumable wildlife that we all enjoy. I think the first real CSA programs are the fish and wildlife we capture and take home and consume ourselves.
We see ecological benefits and environmental benefits that are quite significant. We've done a lot of research, as you know, Bob, in that area to support it all.