Join our Peace Region board

Apply now: join our Peace Region board! We’re looking for a new public member to join our Peace Region board for a three-year term starting as early as September 2023. The Peace Region board is […]

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Project Lists

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 […]

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Kus-kus-sum River Photo: Kaylee Duckmanton

7 new receiver stations installed

Motus Wildlife Tracking System: Peace Basin expansion Data collection about birds and bats in the Peace Region got a boost from seven new receiver stations detecting birds and bats affixed with radio transmitters. A better […]

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Photo: Cori Lausen

4,700 salmon carcasses added to Puntledge River Watershed

Adding nutrients to the Puntledge River Watershed 4,700 chum salmon carcasses from the Puntledge River Hatchery have been added to the upper Puntledge River Watershed with funding from the FWCP. The carcasses will introduce essential […]

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Photo: Courtenay and District Fish and Game Protective Association

Over 13 ha of bighorn sheep habitat treated for invasives in the East Kootenay

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 […]

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Photo: Teske-Phillips

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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

Welcome to the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program

Thank you for subscribing! You’ll start receiving our e-letter, annual reports and newsletters soon! You can expect updates and results from fish and wildlife projects underway now, early notice of our annual grant intake and […]

Provincial Region

37 Portage Creek Chinook successfully spawned

Helping rebuild Chinook stocks in the Bridge-Seton Watershed Unprecedented broodstock collection efforts took place from October 15–28, 2019, resulting in the first ever successful spawning of Portage Creek Chinook in the Bridge-Seton River Watershed. Gametes (reproductive […]

Coastal Region

Grant requirements and guidance

Follow our regional requirements and guidance Our annual grant intake for fish and wildlife projects is now closed until August 2022. We will post updated regional requirements and guidance documents when our grant intake opens. […]

Provincial Region

Peace Region: Alaska Highway News Articles

Alaska Highway News articles Sharing results about the projects we fund, and information about our project planning and delivery is a priority for us. In our Peace Region, we help tell our story by submitting […]

Peace Region
Stone's sheep on cliff side

Action Plans

All Regional Action Plans Review the priority action tables in our regional action plans for projects eligible for FWCP grants. Contact our regional managers if you have any questions about eligible projects or how to […]

Provincial Region

User Guides for Grant Recipients

We have developed a series of user guides to make it easier for you to manage your FWCP grant. If you have questions, contact us anytime. Read our User Guide for Submitting a Change Request […]

Provincial Region

New program manager announced

Meet Monique Stevenson The recruitment process for a new program manager for the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) has concluded, and effective Monday, December 7, 2020, Monique Stevenson will take on this role. She […]

Provincial Region

New Columbia Region board member

Giles Shearing joins our Columbia Region board Giles Shearing has been selected as the newest public representative on our Columbia Region board. He lives in Revelstoke and his work and personal interests have taken him […]

Columbia Region