There are some examples of attempts, or I think programs and policies that support it. There are managed land and conservation land tax incentive programs in many provinces. Those are provided to farmers, rural landowners. If you retain these habitats on your landscape, you don't pay property tax on them. That's an incentive. That's a recognition of the public benefit that's accruing and coming off the property, the fact that now, since it's not a productive part of my farm landscape, I'm not paying taxes on it. That's the current mechanism that's in place.