Clear Creek Task Force

The Clear Creek Task Force (CCTF) 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.

Clear Creek Task Force’s Mission: The CCTF 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. The Task Force is an alliance of Kitsap County citizens, businesses, and service organizations that operates as an independent program under Great Peninsula Conservancy.

During 2023 and 2024, Great Peninsula Conservancy will be assisting the Clear Creek Task Force in recruiting more volunteers and forming a new leadership team.

Learn more at a CCTF Meeting! The Clear Creek Task Force meets the first Thursday of the month at the Clear Creek Sa’qad Interpretive Center (9641 Levin Road, Silverdale, WA 98383) or via Zoom. All are welcome; no RSVP required! Check out GPC’s events page for more information about upcoming meetings.

Directions for In-Person Attendance: The best public parking is at Old Mill Park (2901 NW Bucklin Hill Road). The interpretive center (Red Barn) is North of Bucklin Hill Road on the west side of the creek at 9641 Levin Road.

Directions for Virtual/Zoom Attendance: Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82708882084 
Meeting ID: 827 0888 2084 
Dial in: 253-215-8782

Interested in serving as a CCTF leader? Contact Nate Daniel, Executive Director of Great Peninsula Conservancy
nate@greatpeninsula.org, (360) 373-3500. Click here to to learn more about CCTF and an upcoming leadership transition.