The South Chilcotin Mountains in south-central British Columbia are well-recognized as a wildlife haven, and contain some of the province’s most iconic wilderness species. However, there is little understanding of how an increasing human footprint in this region impacts the diversity and abundance of species. There is little information available on the key factors that […]

New Year, New Land

HCTF is pleased to announce the acquisition of two new parcels of land in the Okanagan. A hotspot of biodiversity and of species at risk in Canada, the Okanagan has experienced significant conversion of wild land to other uses in recent decades. The Park Rill Creek property was purchased by The Nature Trust of BC. […]

HCTF Holiday Office Closure

  • Tuesday, 18 December 2018
Happy Holidays! Our office with be closed between December 25 and December 31. We look forward to seeing you in the New Year! Through this time we will still be responding to inquiries about the Caribou Habitat Restoration Fund. Please contact Shannon West at Shannon.west [at]
HCTF has an opening for a full-time Program Support Coordinator. If you’re energetic, self-directed, and have a positive approach to your career, work, and  colleagues, apply by Jan 15, 2019! This is a full-time position in Victoria, BC. For more details, visit our Careers webpage.
Sturgeon and 3 Fisherpeople
The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation has made a substantial new commitment to white sturgeon in BC, which will see the foundation provide an additional $250,000 over the next 5 years towards projects that contribute to the conservation of sturgeon and associated habitat. Starting in 2008, the Province of British Columbia introduced new conservation surcharges on […]