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B.C. Wildlife Federation Conservation Lottery Winners 

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February 7th, 2024

Cranbrook resident T. Senetza won the grand prize in the 2023 B.C. Wildlife Federation Conservation Lottery, a 2024 GMC Sierra 1500 Pro Double Cab pickup truck supplied by Wood Wheaton Supercentre.

The main jackpot for the 50/50 portion of the draw totaled $408,530. Winner W. Andersen of Hagensborg, B.C. walks away with half the pot, $204,265.

Proceeds of the Conservation Lottery fund BCWF wildlife enhancement projects, wilderness camps for children and teens, habitat restorations by the Wetlands Workforce, independent scientific research, controlled burns, and more.

The Federation also provides backcountry safety and educational programs, including CORE, Learn to Hunt and Learn to Fish, Conservation webinars, and Women Outdoors Weekends and Workshops.

“The B.C. Wildlife Federation would like to thank everyone who supported the lottery and the conservation work we do in every corner of British Columbia,” said Executive Director Jesse Zeman.

“The BCWF is committed to boots-on-the-ground habitat restoration, driven by our core values of stewardship and science-based solutions. Thank you to all the prize donors and ticket purchasers who support us in our work to ensure a sustainable future for B.C.”

More Winners:

  • J. Maida of Penticton won a 2024 Yamaha Kodiak 450 ATV.
  • The third prize bundle including a $2500 voucher from Deluxe Wall Tents, products from Happy Yak and Vortex Diamondback binoculars, went to P. Bzowski of Maple Ridge.
  •  Fourth prize bundle including a stay at the Fairmont Empress, a voucher for Pacific Breeze Urban Winery and Executive Table tickets to the Vancouver Giants goes to P. Lytle of Kaleden, B.C.

About the B.C. Wildlife Federation: 

The B.C. Wildlife Federation is British Columbia’s leading conservation organization. As a province-wide member-driven charitable organization, with over 41,000 members and more than 100 member clubs, our organization represents the interests of all British Columbians who aim to protect, enhance and promote the wise use of the environment for the benefit of present and future generations.

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