Habitat conserved near Columbia Wetlands

The FWCP provided $400,000 towards the purchase of 423 acres to help conserve the Columbia Wetlands near Edgewater. The conservation property has outstanding habitat and connectivity for Grizzly Bears and American Badgers, winter range for […]

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Photo: R. Klafki

7,900 ha of critical habitat protected

Making Darkwoods “whole” – an extra 7,900 ha of protected habitat The FWCP has been a significant contributor to the purchase and ongoing stewardship of the Darkwoods Conservation Area south of Nelson, which is owned […]

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Photo: iStock J. Huevel

New Wildlife Habitat Area for Northern Goshawks

Research leads to new Wildlife Habitat Area for Northern Goshawks An FWCP-funded Northern Goshawk survey has contributed to a new a new 182.5-hectare Wildlife Habitat Area (WHA) west of Bella Coola. The original survey, led […]

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Annual Newsletter

FWCP Newsletter 2019 FWCP Newsletter 2018 FWCP Newsletter 2017 FWCP Newsletter 2015  FWCP Newsletter 2014 

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Photo: iStock Y. Gauthier

Project Lists

2019 – 2020 fish and wildlife project lists Coastal Region Project List Columbia Region Project List Peace Region Project List 2019 – 2020 Investment Map Coastal Region 2018 – 2019 Project List 2017 – 2018 […]

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Toadfest 2019 Photos

Toadfest turned 10! Toadfest celebrated its 10th anniversary at Summit Lake Provincial Park on August 21 and 22, 2019 with 500 celebrants who learnt all about Western Toads and other species in the local area. They […]

Columbia Region

Grant requirements and guidance

Follow our regional requirements and guidance We fund projects in our Coastal, Columbia and Peace Regions that align with our regional Action Plans. Requirements and priorities for grant applicants vary by region. Review our regional […]


Wendy Booth Joins Columbia Region Board

New Public Representative joins FWCP Columbia Region Board Wendy Booth has been selected as the new Public Representative on our Columbia Region Board. Wendy was a director with the Regional District of East Kootenay for […]

Columbia Region

Peace Region Notice of Intent

Submit your mandatory Notice of Intent  If you are applying for a fish or wildlife grant in our Peace Region, you must submit a mandatory Notice of Intent (NOI) by Monday, Sept. 9. The NOI […]

Peace Region

Fish Passage Decision Framework

Follow our guidance for fish passage projects Fish passage framework Proponents looking for an FWCP grant to evaluate opportunities to restore fish production above BC Hydro facilities that previously blocked fish passage are required to […]

Coastal Region

Arctic Grayling: Synthesis Report and Monitoring Framework

Follow our guidance for Arctic Grayling projects Prior to construction of the 1967 W.A.C. Bennett Dam and creation of the Williston Reservoir, Arctic Grayling were widespread and abundant. Today, self-sustaining populations are limited, and in […]

Peace Region

Action Plans: Coastal Region

Click the links below to read Coastal Region Action Plans Overview: Coastal Watershed Action Plans Alouette River Watershed Action Plan Ash River Watershed Action Plan Bridge River and Seton River Watersheds Action Plan Campbell River […]

Coastal Region

Campbell River Gravel Restoration Strategy

Follow our Campbell River Gravel Restoration Strategy The mainstem Campbell River is important for spawning Chinook Salmon. In 2018, the FWCP funded a multi-stakeholder process to develop a strategy for salmon spawning habitat enhancement and […]

Coastal Region

Predictive wetland riparian habitat model

Follow our guidance for riparian and wetland projects Draft predictive riparian and wetland habitat mapping is now available to support grant applications for proposed projects to create, restore or enhance and riparian and wetland habitats. […]

Peace Region