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 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.


Friday, June 21st

United Way Day of Caring

Save the Date for the largest one day volunteer event across Kitsap and Mason Counties. It's the 30th Annual  Day of Caring!


You're invited to join the Clear Creek Task Force and the Great Peninsula Conservancy for the Annual United Way Day of Caring.

This year's project will be in the North Valley where gravel is needed at the approaches to bridges and boardwalks.


Tasks includes loading wheelbarrows, moving the gravel to the designated place, and tamping the gravel down.


Lunch and t-shirt provided.

Sign up here:

For more info and to volunteer:



Tuesday, June 25th

Discovery Play Days!

You're invited to Clear Creek's Discovery Play Day's Pond Dipping and bug discovery.

Join us (Silverdale Library's youth librarian, Ms. Aleah, bug experts, Dawn, David and Mark and clean water advocate Pat) in the great outdoors from 10:00a - noon at the Clear Creek Sa'qad Interpretive Center, 9641 Levin Road in downtown Silverdale.

Kids ages 3 - 8 will explore the importance of bugs and clean water in our streams, ponds and wetlands. 

Lively stories, hands on pond dipping and fun crafts await!

Fun Facts about Bugs!

  • There are about 91,000 different kinds (species) of insects in the United States. In the world, some 1.5 million different kinds (species) have been named.

  • In the United States, the number of described species is approximately 91,000. The undescribed species of insects in the United States, however, is estimated at some 73,000.

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Saturday & Sunday, June 22 & 23

Annual Clear Creek Veg Survey

The Mission of the Task Force is to create and maintain a community-wide network to mobilize support, educate and focus actions to preserve, protect and restore the Clear Creek ecosystem.

Ten years ago the Task Force began a Citizen Scientist program that included monitoring Clear Creek's water quality, vegetation, bug diversity and creek bed elevations.

June is the perfect time to inventory vegetation since so many are in bloom.

We'll meet up at the Clear Creek Sa'qad Interpretive Center, 9641 Levin Road, downtown Silverdale.


Join us at 8:30a. for orientation before heading out to the estuary sites.


Dress for the weather. It's a low tide.  sturdy shoes or boots that may get mucky.

For more info:



9641 Levin Road 

Silverdale, WA 98383

P.O. Box 1188

Phone: 360.434.7665



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