Community Engagement Grants

Photo: Gregoire Lamoureux

Got an idea for a project to support fish and wildlife in our Coastal, Columbia or Peace Region? Apply for a community engagement grant of up to $1,000! It’s a short application and we’ll get back to you quickly. 

Community engagement grant application form

Our Peace Region board is actively encouraging stewardship groups and others to apply for a community engagement grant before March 31, 2022.

We accept applications for community engagement grants all year, subject to available funding. Please apply anytime.

These tires—104 of them to be exact—were removed from the riverside as part of the Slocan River Riparian Enhancement Project led by Slocan River Streamkeepers with funding from an FWCP community engagement grant.

Five nesting boxes were attached to cedar posts along the river and 50 native trees and shrubs were planted, including cottonwood, willow, alder, red osier dogwood, cedar, and spruce. A big thanks to the Youth Climate Corps crew (a Wildsight project) and community members for helping to haul tires, plant and water trees, and install the posts!

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