New Project Profiles

  • Thursday, 20 June 2013
We’ve posted a couple of new stories on our Project Profiles page. Teacher Sara Germain describes her class’s week-long outdoor learning experience at the Hakai Beach Institute, or read about HCTF’s involvement in the long-awaited restoration of Penticton Creek. More project profiles coming soon!
From June 14th to 16th, British Columbians can fish the province’s fresh and tidal waters licence-free, as part of the 14th Annual Family Fishing Weekend. Presented by the Family Fishing Society of BC and hosted by volunteer led community groups, the event is part of an ongoing effort to get more people hooked on fishing and […]
HCTF has recently committed $500,000 to the acquisition of the South Block of Elkink Ranch by the Nature Conservancy of Canada. This connective property will increase the Sage and Sparrow Conservation Area to over 3,100 acres of continuous South Okanagan grassland habitat, and will also bridge the current gap between the Chopaka East and Kilpoola […]

HCTF Board Changes

  • Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Changes are afoot at the HCTF Board, with the Board saying farewell to three departing Board members and welcoming the recent appointments of Madeline Maley (appointed by the Province of BC) and Michael Green (appointed by the BC Trappers Association). Madeline and Mike replace Andrew Wilson and Dave Hatler respectively, both of whom stepped down […]
The six-inch concrete sill at the outlet of Westwood Lake near Nanaimo didn’t look like much, but when James Craig, BC Conservation Foundation fisheries biologist showed HCTF staff the other end of the lake – we were impressed! The additional water storage in the lake as a result of the sill construction was just enough […]