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Grants available for fish and wildlife projectsFWCP Grants
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Our Coastal, Columbia and Peace Region boards approved ~$8.7 million for 36 fish and 63 wildlife projects for 2020-2021.More
Wood frog Photo: Alana Higginson BC Wildlife Federation
Alouette River Watershed
Chinook Photo: Roma Leon
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99 Projects Approved 2020-2021
28 Coastal Region Projects 2020-2021
43 Columbia Region Projects 2020-2021
28 Peace Region Projects 2020-2021
We’re encouraging First Nations, stewardship groups, consultants, agencies, academic institutions and others to apply for grants that align with priority actions in our Coastal, Columbia and Peace Region action plans.
If you missed our online information sessions, watch the videos and learn more about our grants and our Peace Region’s predictive wetland mapping tool.More
We’re 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.Our Story
We publish final project reports on provincial databases so our results, recommendations for next steps, and data are available to everyone. More than 1,000 final project reports are available. Review our searchable report lists for each FWCP region.
See our Results page for project updates and outcomes.More
Archived Action Plans These archived Coastal and Columbia region Action Plans are for reference only. They do not provide current guidance on priority actions, and are no longer the basis for project funding from FWCP. […]
Controlling invasive plants in Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve A project using 195 goats to manage the invasive plant sulphur cinquefoil on eight hectares of rangeland on the Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve is working. Following the […]
Growing endangered Whitebark Pine in the Bridge-Seton Watershed The objective of this project was to survey previous planting sites and to restore Whitebark Pine sites through planting. Surveyed densities identified survival rates of 55% and […]
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.