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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What's New

HCTF Online is Now Open
We are now accepting applications for 2015-16 Enhancement & Restoration projects through our online application system. Applications can be submitted via HCTF Online until the deadline o...
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GO Grant Deadline Extended
HCTF Education has extended the application deadline for its Get Outdoors (GO) granting program. Educators and schools now have until September 30th, 2014 to apply for funding for outdoor field experiences taki...
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Growing Mentorship, Stewardship, and Connection
In addition to providing grants for habitat enhancement and restoration work, HCTF funds environmental education and stewardship projects that connect people with the outdoors. One of these projects is the Natu...
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Shaping up Seymour
Seymour River Estuary is well on its way to being restored to an important transition ground for juvenile seagoing trout, char and salmon making their way out to Burrard Inlet. Major earth moving work for this ...
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HCTF Photo Contest


Send in your best photos of British Columbia's freshwater fish, wildlife and habitats for a chance to win! More>>

HCTF is holding a photo contest for images of British Columbia's fish, wildlife and habitats


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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.