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Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (British Columbia)




The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation was created in 1996 for projects pursuing at least one of the following objectives:

  • conservation or enhancement of biological diversity, fish, fish habitat, wildlife or wildlife habitat
  • acquisition and management of lands for the conservation or enhancement of a fish or wildlife population and their surrounding habitat
  • increased understanding, knowledge and awareness of fish or wildlife and their habitat, or of the Trust Fund, through promotions, education or other programs
In general, any individual or group can apply to the Trust Fund for project funding. Proponents can include:
  • provincial government agencies
  • First Nations
  • local governments
  • community and conservation groups
  • universities, colleges, and
  • individuals
Cooperative projects with federal agencies are also eligible.

Additional Information:

Regions: British Columbia, Canada

Submitted by: WetlandNetwork

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