HCTF staff may be coming to a project near you! On April 12th, Lynne Bonner and Jane Algard visited Ladner to do a project site evaluation on the “Provision of Waterfowl and Raptor Habitat within Managed Grasslands on Lower Fraser River Farmland” project.  Christine Terpsma of the Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust took us on […]

HCTF Launches New Website

  • Wednesday, 03 April 2013
We’ve got a new look for our website! New features include a blog and profiles of HCTF projects. We’ve reorganized some of our content, so you may need to update your bookmarks: if you need assistance finding anything,  you can try the search bar at the top of the screen, or contact our communications officer. We’d love to hear […]
Six projects were approved for seed funding under the Burrard Inlet Restoration Program (BIRP) in the first proposal intake: you can download a list of sucessful projects here.  The next deadline for BIRP proposals will be June 30, 2013. HCTF On-Line will be open for submissions after June 1st.
The preliminary list of approved HCTF Enhancement & Restoration projects is available here. Please note these projects are approved in principle only and may have funding conditions and or budget adjustments. You will receive official notification of your project’s funding status as well as the reviewer’s comments and any funding conditions in the next few […]
HCTF partner Ducks Unlimited Canada is celebrating 75 years of working to conserve critical wetlands. On March 9th, Ducks hosted a Diamond Signature Event in honour of its anniversary, and presented HCTF with a beautiful pair of hand-carved decoys in recognition of the Foundation’s contribution to their work. Board member Dr. Ken Ashley accepted the accolade on behalf of HCTF. “The conservation successes achieved […]