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The BC Parks Licence Plate Program has supported more than 300 projects and programs during the past five years.
More than 300,000 speciality BC Parks licence plates have been sold, generating more than $20 million in total revenue that supports our province’s beautiful parks.
“The licence plate program has had an incredible impact on our parks right across the province by contributing to the protection and preservation of unique species, sensitive ecosystems, Indigenous culture and history,” said George Heyman, minister of environment.
The program supports a wide range of initiatives, programs and services including youth employment through the student ranger program, wildlife inventories and Indigenous interpretive programs in parks.
Other projects include wildfire fuel mitigation, managing invasive species, providing educational materials for children and families and restoring wetlands, coastal bluffs and other sensitive ecosystems.
At Cultus Lake Provincial Park, saw BC Parks partner with the Fraser Valley Invasive Species Society to support the conservation of Oregon forest snails by removing invasive plants, replanting native species and placing wood debris through the area to protect the snails.
Drivers can purchase one of three specialty licence plate designs and all proceeds are reinvested into provincial parks through the Park Enhancement Fund.
To learn more about the BC Parks Licence Plate Program and the projects it has supported, you can visit this link.