2021 BCWF Conservation Lottery

The 2021 Conservation Lottery winners were announced on Friday, May 14th, 2021. Watch the video of the final draw and click the button below the video to see the list of winners.


As always, we have some great prizing, including the grand prize of an all new 2021 Ford F150 Quad Cab with Max Tow Package.  Be one of the first to drive away in this newly designed and highly anticipated truck, supplied by our friends at Applewood Auto Group!

We know how difficult 2020 has been on everyone with Covid-19, so we’ve added a second early bird prize of a $1,000 Holiday Feast to be drawn on December 21, deadline to buy is December 20 at midnight.

Proceeds from the 2021 Conservation Lottery will help fund our many programs that aim to educate and advocate for B.C.’s fish, wildlife and wild spaces.

Our Wetlands Education Program (WEP) works to restore, enhance and conserve wetlands across British Columbia. We offer workshops and events in communities all across the province and we provide the necessary tools to allow everyone to become wetland stewards.  Wetlands provides critical habitat for fish, birds and other wildlife and within the past decade, BCWF has restored 45.75+ hectares.

You will also be supporting our youth and children, so they too can become conservation stewards. Through programs like, Wild Kidz day camp, Go Wild a conservation leadership camp, National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) and more, we provide a safe environment for our future to learn about fish, wildlife, wilderness safety, and how to go on in protecting our great outdoors.

Our Fish Habitat Education and Restoration Initiative is being accepted with great enthusiasm and we look to build upon this program.  This is a unique fishing workshop that combines hands-on conservation, habitat restoration with a relaxing,  yet exciting fishing experience. 

Have a browse through our highly informative website. If you are not already a member, join today and be a part of a community who cares about how we turn over the health of wildlife to our future generations.