History of the park

WHIPPLE CREEK PARK RESTORATION COMMITTEE

Clark County Parks Foundation,

a 501c3 nonprofit


Current Officers

President and Site Leader, Anita Will

Treasurer, Sandra Day

Secretary, Fran Duncan

Government Liaison, Tyler Castle

Contact Anita Will at 360.687.4760

whipplecreekproject@gmail.com

Our generous supporters

“We do all kinds of cool stuff to get Whipple Creek Park back in shape...”

About us

Current officers

Past events

Upcoming events

Meeting agenda

Meeting notes

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Who are we?

Mission  As a citizens advocacy group, the Whipple Creek Park Restoration Committee, in 2012, along with Vancouver-Clark County Parks and Recreation, officially adopted Whipple Creek Park, although volunteer maintenance hours, small grants, and materials have been contributed since 2010.

Goals  Priority One is to fix the existing trails.  Priority Two is to repair and restore the historical features contained within the 375+ acre park.  Priority Three is to create the Park as a neighborhood destination and a multi-state attraction, providing recreation, education and economic impact as part of The Intertwine System of parks and with assistance from Historical and Preservation Associations.

Values  Health, recreation, education, historic preservation, and environmental preservation of parks for future generations.   Volunteers have dedicated thousands of hours and have been recognized by the Parks and Recreation department as the highest quantity of volunteer hours in 2011-2012 and having made the most improvements.

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Future links, below - currently non- functioning, except for Photos page

Latest update on January 20, 2014

Click on image to the left to view a YouTube video prepared by Paul Harris of CVTV.  It will open in a separate window.

Location of Whipple Creek Park

For the latest work pictures - January 18 and 19 - click on Photos below