$9.2 Million for Wildlife, Fish and Habitat Including Fishers in the BC Interior

The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation
May 13, 2020
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, Canada West

The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (HCTF) is proud to announce $9.2 million in funding for more than 180 individual wildlife, freshwater fish, and habitat conservations projects across British Columbia this year. Through cooperation with conservation organizations like the Forest Enhancement Society of BC, HCTF is able to support projects such as the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy’s initiative to increase fisher habitat stewardship in the forestry sector. This project, occurring throughout the Thompson-Nicola, Cariboo, Skeena and Omineca-Peace regions, is working to provide forestry professionals with the tools they need to identify, manage and improve fisher habitat during key stages of the forest management process. …FESBC Executive Director, Steve Kozuki is “thrilled to partner with the trusted and respected Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation to improve wildlife habitat. With their first-in-class management of funds and projects by talented and professional staff, we know that we are maximizing benefits for wildlife in British Columbia.”

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