MOSSOM CREEK HATCHERY: Lafarge plays major role in rebuilding Port Moody hatchery

!Mossom Creek Hatchery 2.0 started taking shape in Port Moody this summer when Lafarge Canada began building forms and pouring concrete to get the hatchery building up and running in time for the fall salmon spawning season. Above, on the team are (front) volunteer project manager Pat Dennett, volunteer construction assistant Mel Steemson, Blaine Fisher from Lafarge Canada Structural Concrete Division and Cameron Wotherspoon from Thistle Plumbing; and (rear) Lafarge crew members Rob and Justin. - Diane Strandberg/The Tri-City News
  • posted Aug 29, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Lafarge Canada is donating concrete and labour to help rebuild Port Moody's Mossom Creek Hatchery.


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