2001/2002 PROJECT HANDBOOK (491kb PDF)
2000/2001 PROJECT HANDBOOK (341kb PDF)
SUMMER 2001 UPDATE 8 (1.6mb PDF)
SUMMER 2000 UPDATE 7 (1.2mb PDF)
PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY (236kb PDF)
READER RESPONSE CARD (16kb PDF)
Keep informed about fish and wildlife related events affecting our region. This fall conferences include "Non-Invasive DNA Hair Sampling", "Mountain Caribou in 21st Century Ecosystems", "Creating Bear Aware Communities", and "Towards Ecosystem-Based Management: Braking Down the Barriers in the Columbia River Basin and Beyond".... <MORE>
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The Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program builds relationships with various partners and community groups to conduct research within the Columbia Basin. If you have a project that you feel merits funding, consider filing a project funding application for your initiative. Funding is available for both Small Projects (under $10,000) and Large Projects. Check out our Partner Section for application forms and more information.
2001-2002 Project Handbook
Get the latest project summaries for our current research projects in the Columbia Basin! Available to view online or download a zipped copy.
Summer Update 2001
Check out the Summer 2001 Program update! Available to view online or download a zipped copy.
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Public Opinion Survey
Get the goods on our organization! Here's what people think about the Columbia Basin Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program and pressing environmental issues in our region.
RECENT Press Releases
New Initiative Combines Resources for Win-win EK Land Conservation Plan(24 Jan 2002)
East Kootenay Badger Biologist a Champion of the Wild on February 4 (23 Jan 2002)
Rough Start on Kimberley Golf Course Good News for Endangered East Kootenay Badger (14 November 2001)
Local Groups Pool Resources to Restore Sproule Creek Fish Populations (6 Nov 2001)
SPECIES at RISK in British Columbia
The Conservation Data Centre offers lists of BC species at risk and
additional information by district and region.
ARCHIVED Press Releases
Endangered Species Recovery Plans Part of Columbia Basin Compensation Program's 2001-02 Fish & Wildlife Projects (18 October 2001)
Columbia Basin Anglers Asked to Release Tagged Bull Trout (27 July 2001)
CBFWCP FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR FISH AND WILDLIFE PROJECTS (28 June 2001)
Fishy Columbia Power Corp Investment Improves (Kokanee) Stock Values (25 June 2001)
CBFWCP Finds 'Wright' Person to Coordinate Lake Fertilization Operations (25 June 2001)
Time to Tread Softly Around Nesting Painted Turtles (7 June 2001)
CBFWCP Increasing Fertilizer to Increase Kootenay Lake Sport Fish (January 26, 2001)
Arrow Fertilization Project Increasing Kokanee Numbers and Size (January 16, 2001)
2000/2001 Project Handbook Available (November 4, 2000)
Deer Creek Residents Are Good Samaritans to Spawning Kokanee (November 2, 2000)
Public and First Nations Appoint CBFWCP Representatives (Sept 27, 2000)
New Marsden Face Housing Subdivision for the Birds (May 10, 2000)
Prescribed Burns Cause Smoke, But Conserve Wildlife (April 10, 2000)
CBFWCP Fish Biologist Asking Arrow Lakes Anglers to Release Tagged Trout (March 15, 2000)
Duncan Wildlife Management Plan: Compensation Program "Making Hay While the Sun Shines" (June 22, 1999)
Largest Lake Restoration Project in the World Underway on Arrow Lakes Reservoir (May 7, 1999)
Species At Risk Conference Profiles 12 Compensation Program Wildlife Projects (February 26, 1999)
State of Arrow Reservoir Fisheries Discussed at Rod & Gun Club Meeting (November 13, 1998)
Upper Arrow Reservoir Fertilization Recommended for Spring 1999 (October 30, 1998)
Biologists Dial in Fish in Arrow Reservoir (September 11, 1998)