Welcome to HCTF

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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HCTF Education

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

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Freshwater Fishing Licenses

Licence sales provide funding for HCTF projects

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Photo Contest Winners
Congratulations to Hal Mitchell, the Grand Prize winner of HCTF’s first photo contest! This stunning photo of a sunset fishing session on Kootenay Lake was the top pick of our judges, and has won Hal a $300 Vis...
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Nice Weather For Ducks
Not even torrential rain could dampen the spirits of young naturalists determined to participate in the annual Christmas Bird Count. Volunteer veteran birders gave Vancouver families a quick lesson on proper us...
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Contract Extension Request Window is Now Open
HCTF understands that extenuating circumstances may occasionally prevent a project from being completed within its original timeline. That is why we give proponents the opportunity to apply for a contract exten...
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Happy Holidays from HCTF
As 2014 comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone who helped make BC a better place this year by contributing to conservation. Your licence purchase, conservation project, educational initiative, volunt...
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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.