The Clear Creek Task Force formed in 1993. CCTF operates under the aegis of the former Kitsap Land Trust, a 501 (c) 3 organization, now known as the Great Peninsula Conservancy.
The CCTF is an alliance of Kitsap County citizens, businesses, groups and service organizations. It’s Mission 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.
Members and supporters envision a future with Clear Creek as a healthy stream ecosystem with clean water, a healthy salmon run, native plants and animal habitat, providing quiet enjoyment and evoking sensitivity and respect for the stream, a part of our natural heritage.
The Clear Creek Task Force is an all volunteer, community-based grassroots effort. We meet the first Thursday of every month except December. During the summer months, meetings are held on different sections of the trail. During inclement weather, meetings are at the Clear Creek Sa'qad Interpretive Center, 9641 Levin Road, downtown Silverdale. Everyone is welcome.
This pattern, Reforestation, is taken from a traditional Suquamish basket design