Port Moody Ecological Society

The Port Moody Ecological Society is a broadly-based, community supported, federally [Canada] registered, charitable non-profit society,
incorporated under the British Columbia Societies Act, February 11, 1991.


The Port Moody Ecological Society volunteers operate a salmon hatchery, a water quality lab and public awareness/ community outreach programs,
using salmon and trout life-cycle ecology as an instructional vehicle.

The hatchery, newly created off-channel fish habitat, lab, ‘polish’ marsh (duck pond) and outdoor classrooms are located
at the mouth of the Noons Creek watershed in Port Moody, British Columbia.

Noons Creek flows 11 kilometers (7 miles) from its headwaters at Cypress Lake (el. 830 m [2,700 ft]) in Eagle Mountain Provincial Park,
through the Cities of Coquitlam and Port Moody into Port Moody Arm of Burrard Inlet (Pacific Ocean).

Noons Creek is one of 31 streams flowing into Port Moody Arm of Burrard Inlet.


Volunteers are always welcome to visit the hatchery, located at Noons Creek beside the Port Moody Recreation Centre
on Saturday mornings between 9am and 10.30am to see what opportunities there are available,
such as water quality testing, invasive plant removal, fish feeding and breeding, and administration.

Contact Details:
Port Moody Ecological Society
Website: www.noonscreek.org
Facebook: noonscreek
Twitter: noonscreek
300 Ioco Road, Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada V3H 2V7.
Tel/Fax (604) 469-9106; Email: <portmoodyecologicalsociety@hotmail.com>