The window opened up with the announcement of the program a year ago. Immediately, in go funding requests for $10 million in partnership resource and it's oversubscribed; no problem.
In the first round we received $2 million in that general area of funding. One of the projects we delivered was this one just west of the city here, near Carp. It's very interesting. The benefits of that project include habitat for the Blanding's turtle, a species at risk, in addition to waterfowl, fish, wildlife, frogs, and everything else in one spot. That's an example of a local site.
There are other projects, such as the early land securement we do in the prairies on landscapes. We'll buy a quarter section of property and restore the wetlands on it using federal funds to invest in the restoration initiatives, partnering with industry, and then put a conservation easement to secure the property in perpetuity. We'll then sell the property so that it goes into private sector ownership. The habitat is maintained in perpetuity in its values and it's a win for everybody. That's another example.