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 […]

We’re on the Move!

  • Thursday, 30 August 2018
Moving boxes
After eight fantastic years at our Dallas Road location, we’ve outgrown our office space and are making the move to Jutland Road in Victoria. This week will be very busy as we finish packing for our official move date of September 4th.  Our administrative staff have been working hard to ensure as little disruption to service […]
Earlier this year, a field crew on an inventory trip made a surprising, and welcome, discovery in Strathcona Park . A new marmot mom, Molly, had six pups! Veteran Field Crew member Jordan Cormack managed to snap some photos of the busy mom and her brood. Vancouver Island Marmots usually have 3 or 4 pups […]

HCTF Seeks New Manager of Biology and Evaluation

  • Tuesday, 14 August 2018
“Everything changes and nothing stays still.”                               Heraclitus Kathryn Martell, HCTF’s head biologist and manager of evaluation, has made the decision to leave her position to spend more time with her young family. Message from Kathryn: It’s been almost 3 years since I came to work for HCTF after years on the “other side” of […]