Fledgling Bluebird photo provided Barry Hetschko
Guest post by Genevieve Singleton, Project Manager of the Cowichan Valley Naturalists’ Society Bring Back the Bluebird Project Imagine standing in a Garry Oak meadow in the Cowichan Valley. You hear a low chirp and look up and see a bright flash of blue fly by! You are seeing a Western Bluebird on Vancouver Island, […]
Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation has awarded over $83,000 in GO Grants to help create outdoor learning opportunities for elementary and high school students across BC. “We received an unprecedented number of applications for our Fall grant intake, and we are delighted that we were able to fund so many great field trips and outdoor learning […]
Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation is now accepting applications for Enhancement & Restoration grants. Applications must be submitted through HCTF’s online application system by 4:30pm on November 2nd, 2018. Before beginning your application, please review the updated guides and resources on the Enhancement and Restoration Grant Overview webpage. New applicants can request a User ID and current grant recipients […]

Welcome New and Returning Team Members

  • Tuesday, 11 September 2018
Heather Forbes
We are happy to announce some new and returning team members here at Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation. Alan Martin has returned to the board as one of two representatives appointed by the BC Wildlife Federation. Al has extensive knowledge of British Columbia’s resource management issues from 30 years of experience in the BC Public Service. […]
Photo of Kids at June GO Grants Announcement with BC Parks
Teachers: there are only a few days left to prepare your applications for HCTF Education’s GO Grants. GO Grants provide BC schools and classrooms with up to $600/class or $3500/school to pay for bus transportation, project materials, and leader/program fees for outdoor environmental learning experiences. Applications are due September 15th for field trips scheduled between […]