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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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HCTF Education

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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What's New

HCTF Board Visits Burn Sites in the Peace
In late June, the HCTF Board of Directors travelled north to Toad River for their spring board meeting, and to get a first-hand look at one of HCTF’s longest-running projects, the Peace-Liard Burn Pro...
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Free Summer Learn-to-Fish Programs
Looking for a fun and FREE activity for the kids this summer? The Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC (FFSBC) has learn-to-fish programs taking place at locations throughout the province in July and August. Kids...
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PCAF Grants Over $130K for Fish & Wildlife Projects
Twenty-two community-based fish & wildlife projects will receive funding from HCTF’s Public Conservation Assistance Fund (PCAF) in 2014. PCAF grants differ from the Foundation’s other conservation funding o...
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Antelope Brush Property Secured
The Nature Trust of BC has just announced the successful acquisition of 30 acres of endangered antelope-brush habitat in the South Okanagan . The purchase was made possible by a $500,000 contribution by the H...
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NEW! 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.