HCTF’s Public Conservation Assistance Fund provides small grants for conservation projects involving volunteers. Projects can include on-the-ground activities such as wetland restoration, reptile monitoring, bird banding, and nest box construction – there are all sorts of possibilities, so long as the project provides clear conservation benefits for BC fish and wildlife and has a strong volunteer component. […]

A list of our 2017-18 Enhancement, Restoration and Land Stewardship grant recipients is now available. Click on the link below to download a copy of this list.  HCTF 2017-18 Approved Project List

Happy Earth Day!

  • Friday, 21 April 2017

Today is officially  Earth Day, and this year’s theme of  Environmental & Climate literacy is a great fit with  HCTF Education‘s programs and philosophy. HCTF Education partnered with local schools on Earth Day activities to get students outside, learning about the outdoors and making a difference in their communities.   On Friday, Monterey Middle School hosted a public event […]

There’s a little over a week remaining for BC post-secondary students to submit their sponsorship applications for the World Recreational Fishing Conference July 16 – 20 in Victoria, BC. The Conference will provide students with the opportunity to learn about advances in recreational fisheries research and management from the world’s leading experts. As the official Education Sponsor […]

If you need financial support for a conservation project powered by volunteers, check out our PCAF grants! The Public Conservation Assistance Fund provides grants for on-the-ground conservation projects in BC. This could include activities such as wetland restoration, reptile monitoring, bird banding, and bat box construction – there are all sorts of possibilities, so long […]