Each project went through a three-stage evaluation, including a technical review, prior to a final decision by our local Boards. In our Peace Region, our First Nations’ Working Group reviews all grant applications.
Most projects started as grant applications received during our annual fall grant intake. Some projects will be delivered through long-term agreements, and others are directed projects, meaning our local Boards have identified a local conservation priority to be addressed through a request for proposals.
2023-2024 fish and wildlife project lists In 2023–2024, our regional boards approved ~$10.2 million for 89 fish and wildlife projects. Our Coastal Region board approved 28 projects, our Columbia Region approved 33 projects, and our […]
Review our regional guidance documents before starting your grant application. Project priorities, mandatory and optional requirements, and the approach to early engagement with First Nations varies by region. Coastal Region guidance for grant applicants 2023 Columbia […]
Meet Margo: new FWCP Program Manager Meet Margo Sadler, our new FWCP Program Manager! Margo joined the FWCP team on September 25 following an open and competitive recruitment process and is settling into her new […]