The Noons Creek hatchery is in need of experienced volunteers to teach hatchery operations, water quality testing or environmental monitoring on Saturdays between 9 and 11 a.m.
Nicholas Dulvy, research chair in marine biodiversity and conservation at Simon Fraser University, will be the guest speaker at the annual general meeting of the Port Moody Ecological Society on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Countless plastic bags, beer cans and cigarette butts are tossed into the ocean every year. And while garbage continues to pile up on the shores of the West Coast, the TriCities is not immune to litter bugs.
Tulip and daffodil bulbs are on sale for $5 a bag - cash only - at the Noons Creek Hatchery, 300 Ioco Rd. in Port Moody.
Re: "Legalize it? Not in the Tri-Cities," Wednesday, May 2.
Three non-profit groups in Port Moody narrowly received community grants this year, after some council members voted against handing out the funds.
More than 4,000 people of all ages are expected to help release young salmon from the Noons Creek Hatchery into Noons Creek on Saturday, May 5.
At the annual general meeting of the Port Moody Ecological Society (Noons Creek Hatchery) on Wednesday, Feb. 15, the guest speaker will be Jonathan Moore, SFU's Liber Ero chair of coastal science and management in the biological sciences department.
Local environmental groups support a proposed development on Heritage Mountain, while several Port Moody councillors express concern over the project.
Rick Glumac announced Wednesday that he will seek a seat on Port Moody council in the upcoming municipal election.
This is my second time attending the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. I look forward to this event every year.