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Investing for the future of British Columbia’s fish, wildlife, and their habitats

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HCTF provides grants for fish and wildlife conservation projects across BC

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Delivers environmental education programming, grants and special projects province-wide

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What's New

New Chair of HCTF Board of Directors
Ross Peck has been elected Chair of the HCTF Board of Directors, succeeding long-standing Chair Harvey Andrusak. Harvey remains on the Board as one of two appointed members from the BC Wildlife Federation. Ross...
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Fraser River Sturgeon Project Featured on CBC
CBC put together some great coverage of an HCTF-funded project that is tracking sturgeon in the Lower Fraser River. Project leader Erin Stoddard, dubbed the “sturgeon surgeon”, implants acoustical tags in these...
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Project WET Award
On June 2nd, the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, WildBC facilitators and Project WET BC Coordinator Kerrie Mortin were jointly honoured with the Project WET Canada award, presented by the Canadian Water ...
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CBC Covers Seymour Planting Event
A big thank you to the dozens of volunteers that attended last weekend’s community planting event at the Seymour River estuary. The group did a phenomenal job of planting thousands of native plants during the l...
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For 2015-16, HCTF approved $6.5 Million in grants for projects benefitting fish, wildlife and habitats. Find out where we’re making a difference in BC>>

 

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Thank you to the anglers, hunters, trappers and guide outfitters of British Columbia, whose contribution to conservation in this province will ensure that its spectacular wildlife and habitats are enjoyed and appreciated by generations to come.