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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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Licence sales provide funding for HCTF projects

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Reindeer or Caribou?
When it comes to wildlife, no other species symbolizes the Holidays more than the reindeer. Their incorporation into Christmas literature dates back to the early 1800s, though the roots of the association likel...
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Stressed? Head Outdoors to put some Happy in your Holidays
Making time to get outdoors and connect with nature is a great way to reduce stress during what is often a hectic time of year. Even taking a short break to immerse yourself in a natural setting has been shown ...
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The Value of Volunteers
In this new video about the Blackburn Lake restoration project, Carrina Maslovat of the Salt Spring Island Conservancy (SSIC) speaks about the incredible contribution that volunteers have made to recreating wet...
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Marvelous Mustelids
This month, we’re blogging about HCTF projects focused on members of family Mustelidae, a diverse group of carnivores commonly referred to as the weasel family. In British Columbia, members range from the ...
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In 2014-15, HCTF approved $6.1 Million in grants for projects benefitting fish, wildlife and habitats. See 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.