Application Deadline: Feb 8

Established by The Nature Trust of BC, up to $2500 is available help gain a better understanding of grassland management. Applicants should contact Leanna Warman at 604-969-3246 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss their project and its eligibility for funding support. Deadline 4:30 pm. Click here for more information.

Application Deadline: Jan 26

Thompson - Okanagan Community Board members choose programs that focus on youth, demonstrate social or technological innovation in program delivery, and involve arts & culture, education & sport, or health & well-being in our environment. Click here for more information.

Application Deadline: Dec 20

Environment and Climate Change Canada's (ECCC) EcoAction Community Funding Program is now accepting applications for funding until December 20, 2018, for projects beginning summer 2019. Funding is available for new projects that engage Canadians and clearly demonstrate measurable, positive results related to the key environmental priority of fresh water. Projects must include one related priority result: the diversion and reduction of harmful substances and plastic waste in Fresh Water; or the improvement and restoration of aquatic habitat. Preference will be given to proposals that engage Indigenous Peoples, youth, and/or small businesses. See program requirements here. For more information on this funding opportunity, visit the EcoAction Community Funding Program website or contact your Regional Office.

Application Deadline: Dec 21

The Habitat Stewardship Program (HSP; Species at Risk Stream only) is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 funding cycle. In its 20th year, the HSP provides funding to help Canadians protect species at risk and their habitats. The program fosters land, water and resource use practices that maintain the habitat necessary for the survival and recovery of species at risk, enhancing existing conservation activities and encouraging new ones. Please note that this call applies to terrestrial species only. Click here for details and how to apply.

The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR; Species at Risk Stream and Prevention Stream) is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 funding cycle. In its 16th year, AFSAR provides funding to support projects aimed at supporting continued capacity development of Indigenous organizations and communities so that they can participate in the recovery of species at risk, protection of their habitat, and in preventing other species from becoming a conservation concern. Please note that this call applies to terrestrial species only. Click here for details and how to apply.

Application Deadline: N/A

Systems Change Grants support projects that take action to address the root causes of pressing social, environmental or cultural issues by influencing the behaviours of populations, organizations, and institutions. Short-term grants (Develop grants) are a one-time application that can be submitted any time throughout the year and decisions are made the following month. The next granting cycle for multi-year grants (Test and Scale grants) opens January 2, 2019. 

Click here for more information and how to apply.

Application Deadline: Dec 15

The James L. Baillie Memorial Fund for Bird Research and Preservation provides grants to individuals, groups and organizations for projects that advance the understanding, appreciation, and conservation of wild birds and their habitats. Regular grants (up to $5000) and Small grants (up to $1000). Details here.

Application deadline for Regular Grants: December 15, 2018

Application deadline for Small Grants: January 15, 2019