More than half of the caribou herds in BC are listed as ‘Threatened’. Given that predation on calves is one of the most direct causes of caribou population declines, two First Nations have partnered with Wildlife Infometrics on a maternal penning project of the Klinse-Za herd, supported by an HCTF grant. To protect cows and […]
  A preliminary list of approved 2019-20 Enhancement & Restoration projects is now available.    Download the 2019-20 Preliminary Approved Projects List Projects included on this preliminary list have been approved in principle but may have reduced budgets or funding conditions. Over the next few weeks, all applicants will receive official notification emails including HCTF Board […]
The deadline for submitting an application for an HCTF Acquisition Grant is fast approaching! Completed applications must be received by 4:30PM on Friday, March 29th to be considered for funding. Full application information can be found here. Questions? Please contact Christina Waddle for further details.       
In an event cosponsored by BC Parks and HCTF, educators came together at Strathcona Provincial Park to participate in HCTF Education workshop. Led by HCTF Education’s WildBC Facilitator, Luisa Richardson, the group’s goal was to learn and teach winter ecology activities they could do with their own students. Using Get Outdoors and Below Zero activities […]

HCTF welcomes new staff

  • Monday, 25 February 2019
We’ve recently welcomed two new staff to HCTF and want to introduce them to all of you! Juniper takes the reins as Communications Officer, bringing a wide variety of experience in media, design, and user experience. An avid naturalist, she also knows her flora, fauna and fungi! While currently managing the redesign of the HCTF […]