Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup 2015 in Port Moody


Shoreline Cleanup Port Moody

The Port Moody Ecological Society keeps salmon happy and Port Moody’s inlet beautiful. The group runs Noons Creek Hatchery, a 100% volunteer operated coho and chum hatchery, as well as a water quality testing program. They also present the annual Fingerling Festival in Port Moody, and each year they help coordinate local activities for the […]



Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup 2012 in Port Moody


Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Port Moody 2012

The Port Moody Ecological Society keeps salmon happy and our inlet beautiful. The group runs Noons Creek Hatchery, a 100% volunteer operated coho and chum hatchery, as well as a water quality testing program beside. They also present the annual Fingerling Festival in Port Moody, and each year they help coordinate local activities for the […]



Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup 2011 in Port Moody


Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

The Port Moody Ecological Society continues to celebrate their 20th anniversary this year. The group runs Noons Creek Hatchery, which includes a salmon and trout hatchery, a water quality lab and community outreach programs, using salmon and trout life-cycle ecology as an instructional vehicle. They also present the annual Fingerling Festival in Port Moody. Each […]



Canoe Cleanup of Rocky Point


Most of the important work of cleaning up our environment here in the Tricities is done on dry land. After all, people who thoughtlessly dump garbage don’t walk on water. But some of this trash ends up in the Inlet, and a unique cleanup effort will take place on Saturday, November 6th. Capilano University Outdoor […]



The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup


The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is a grassroots conservation program that promotes understanding and education about shoreline litter issues. It does this by engaging Canadians to rehabilitate shoreline areas through cleanups. The program influences Canadians to act, becoming better environmental citizens. The movement started right here in Metro Vancouver, when the Vancouver Aquarium coordinated its […]

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