Licence Plate-Funded Community Engagement Projects
The Community Engagement programming stream provides BC Parks with funding to connect British Columbians with provincial parks through programs and partnerships that support of public education, community outreach and engaging volunteers. As we work to weave BC Parks into the fabric of communities across BC, Licence Plate funds are supporting the development of exciting and interactive programs for everyone to enjoy. Projects in this stream focus on three main categories: education and interpretation, community events, accessibility and volunteers.
Check back regularly for updates on the latest BC Parks licence plate-funded projects.
BC Parks Student Ranger Program offers 48 young adults hands-on work experience throughout the province.
The GO Grants Program provides funding for school field trips to provincial parks and other natural areas throughout BC.
Miracle Beach Nature House
Improvements were made to the Nature House in Miracle Beach Park, and a new digital interpretive display was installed to engage visitors in learning about the special features of the park!
Wild BC Workshops
Through our partnership with the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (HCTF), BC Parks is supporting Wild BC professional development workshops.