Occasionally, HCTF receives funding that is restricted to a specific location, species, or activity. The majority of our restricted funding is the result of court awards made to HCTF through creative sentencing intended to repair or compensate for environmental and ecosystem related crimes. The restricted funding can be the basis for a full project or form a small component of a larger project.
HCTF provides a list funds available, their value, and the associated conditions on our website in an effort to encourage proposals that will utilize the funding for the upcoming year’s grant intake. The current list of available restricted funding has been posted below.
2022-23 Available Court Award Funding
|Region||Amount||HCTF Reference #||Restriction|
|6||$ 95,000.00||30502||Fish, wildlife, and habitat initiatives in the Skeena Region, with a preference for restoration work along the Skeena River between Terrace and Prince Rupert|
|1||$ 8,000.00||16111-1||Sum of $8,000 to be used in its entirety for the Fiddlehead Farm area and that of Powell River, British Columbia for conservation purposes.|
|3||$ 6,860.00||43225||To be used for elk enhancement in the Kamloops region.|
|2||$ 2,505.00||2738-1||For a study on the effects of non-lethal bear management|
If you are interested in submitting a proposal for any of the restricted funding, please review the Enhancement and Restoration Grants page. Note that all restricted funding applications should be submitted through our regular enhancement grant process, by November 5, 2021.
Do you have a project idea for helping to secure elk populations near Kamloops, or conserving wildlife, fish or habitat along the Skeena River? We’d love to hear from you!