Let me say that one of the things I mentioned in my introductory comments was that Canada and British Columbia and all of the provinces have world-class forest management practices. One of the foundations of those forest management practices is on the reforestation side, where we have invested millions of dollars and research over decades. One of the things we are very good at is reforestation on sites with the appropriate species that are ecologically suited to the climatic, soil, weather, and physiological conditions of that site.
What you don't want to do is start planting things that don't belong there because, first and foremost, we're reforesting to provide replacement of the original forest cover with new forest cover that's ecologically appropriate, not only for timber production but also for biodiversity, species, and other things. There is some ability for us to look at planting for commercial uses, but that's very much tempered by the need to make sure we're planting the right trees in the right places, trees that are going to survive and grow well.