Crew working to break up boulder on Coquihalla River
HCTF is delighted to share an update from one of our more explosive recent projects, the Coquihalla River Summer Steelhead Migration Rehabilitation Project.   In the spring of 2014, an unfortunate combination of erosion, shifting of boulders and the settling of a failed bridge foundation introduced a new obstacle for summer steelhead attempting to access […]
Guest post by Berry Wijdeven, Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations On a clear day, you can see the British Columbia mainland from the shores of Haida Gwaii. The archipelago is only about 80 km from the mainland coast but weather and waves can make the distance insurmountable. The people of Haida Gwaii have […]

HCTF Seeking Web Design Proposals

  • Friday, 16 November 2018
Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation has issued a Request for Proposals for Website Design. We are seeking proposals from qualified proponents with experience designing and developing websites for charities with an environmental mandate. To request a copy of the RFP, please email Heather Forbes. Proposals are due December 12, 2018. 
Jim Macaulay
Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation is delighted that James (Jim) Macaulay has been recognized with the BC Premier’s Award for his outstanding legacy of environmental prosecution. His work, particularly his embrace of creative sentencing, has fundamentally changed BC’s approach to environmental stewardship. HCTF CEO Brian Springinotic was one of Jim’s nominees for the award. Here’s part […]

Wolverines in the News

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation is very pleased that one of the projects we support has received a bit of media attention as of late! Cliff Nietvelt of the Government of British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development (FLNRORD) is pursuing a 3 year project on Wolverine movements, home range and […]