Located on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula, Clear Creek Trail is almost 8 miles from Silverdale Waterfront Park on Dyes Inlet north to Trigger Avenue. It follows Clear Creek as it meanders through riparian areas, wetlands, and remnant forests. Hard to believe it's in the middle of a highly developed urban area.
Plant One for the Pod Prep
The Clear Creek Task Force invites you to come out and dig a few holes, pot up a few plants and pull up a bag or two of ivy.
The adventure begins at the Ridgetop Pavilion (adjacent to 9228 Ridgetop Blvd.), T 1:00p. until 3p.
We have shovels, gloves and bags for the ivy but your welcome to bring your favorite shovel and gloves. There will be trees or shrubs for you to put in the ground too.
This is a rain or shine event, so dress for the weather.
Saturday, October 16
Plant One for the Pod!
The Clear Creek Trail and the Silverdale Library invite you to sign up for time slot to come out to the Ridgetop Pavilion (adjacent to 9228 Ridgetop Blvd.), dig a hole and "Plant one for the Pod."
Please click on this link to view the online sign up sheet. Groups are limited to five people. Masks are required for all. If you need us to supply a plant, please let us know when you sign up
More info here:email@example.com
Citizen Scientists Needed!
The Clear Creek Task Force has been monitoring the changes to the estuary since the land berm was removed in 2015 and the new bridge span allowed a better exchange of nutrients.
And more importantly, allows salmon upstream to spawn without having to wait for high tide.
Want to learn more? Join us as we take our annual elevation readings to measure how the stream bed has changed.
This is a rain or shine event, so dress for the weather. If you need waders, let us know your shoe size.
We'll begin at 0900 with a brief orientation and then head out to the stream.
It takes about an hour per site. We do four sites.