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$10.2 million for 33 fish and 56 wildlife projectsMore
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89 Projects Approved 2023–2024
28 Coastal Region Projects 2023–2024
33 Columbia Region Projects 2023–2024
28 Peace Region Projects 2023–2024
We’re looking for someone who lives in or near the FWCP’s Peace Region to join our board as a new public member.
If you’re committed to conserving and enhancing fish and wildlife, we want to hear from you. Apply by July 7.Learn more
Our Coastal, Columbia and Peace region boards approved $10.2 million in 2023 – 2024 for 33 fish and 56 wildlife projects that support our vision of thriving fish and wildlife populations in watersheds that are functioning and sustainable.
Read our project lists. Visit our Coastal, Columbia and Peace region interactive project map. Download our project map.
BC Hydro has water licence obligations in the Columbia and Peace regions, and has made voluntary commitments to address the impacts of dams of the Coastal Region. BC Hydro fulfils the applicable obligations through the work of the FWCP.
BC Hydro works in equal partnership with the Province of B.C., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, First Nations and public stakeholders by participating on FWCP’s regional Boards.
We are a partnership between BC Hydro, the Province of B.C., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, First Nations and public stakeholders to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds impacted by existing BC Hydro dams.
Learn more about the projects we’re funding in our Coastal, Columbia, and Peace regions in 2023 – 2024.
Read our latest Coastal, Columbia and Peace region’s annual reports.
Invasive Plant Management on Bighorn Sheep Winter Ranges 13.57 ha of bighorn sheep habitat in Bull River, Wigwam Flats, and Columbia Lake East were treated for invasives, including 400 kg of fertilizer applied to 4.9 […]
E-letter Peace Region November 2022
Supporting endangered East Kootenay Whitebark Pine More than 5,700 whitebark pine seedlings were planted near Boswell, Kimberley, and the Kootenay Pass between Salmo and Creston. Whitebark pine is a endangered and keystone species in high-elevation […]
The Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program is a partnership between BC Hydro, the Province of B.C., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, First Nations and public stakeholders to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds impacted by BC Hydro dams.