Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you to our two guests this morning, Mr. Fortune and Mr. Butler.
Mr. Fortune, I want to pick up on the line of questioning from Mr. Bevington in regard to the stick and carrot approach and which one's more effective.
In the work you do at Ducks Unlimited I know you also work on the education factor, starting with our young people. I understand you also do work with those who are on the working landscape, the agricultural community specifically, say in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Are you seeing, through that educational aspect, a change in approach, in attitude over time on their desire to be part of the solution on some of these wetland rehabilitations and reclamations?