Welcome To The Home Page Of

The White Clay Watershed Association

New Castle County, Delaware
Chester County, Pennsylvania

founded 1965


Dorothy Miller

The WCWA is mourning the loss of one of its founders and leaders,
Dorothy Miller passed away Tuesday, Feb 23, 2016 at her home in Newark.
Dorothy was a birder who became active in protecting the White Clay
Valley from the threat of a dam in the 1960s. She was a leader
in the effort to obtain designation of the White Clay as a
National Wild & Scenic River. She was an amazing woman and
will be missed by all who shared her passion for the White Clay Creek.



The main stem of the White Clay Creek in the Pennsylvania portion of the Preserve


About The Watershed
About The Organization
The Early Years of the White Clay Watershed Association
A History of the Bi-State Advisory Council
Officers and Board of Directors
Dedication of Dorothy Miller Park, Newark DE - July 26, 2006
WCWA Newsletter Archive
Hand Colored Watershed Maps For Sale
Membership Information
Registration and Financial Statements

Stream Watch Program

StreamWatch Report (on Stroud website)
2005 Results
2003 Results
1995 Results
Collection Sites
River Planning (Pennsylvania)

Wild & Scenic Management Commitee


Cultural & Historic Resources Committee

The Sexton's House
The Sexton's Barn

Friends of the Lamborn House (Committee)

New Garden Historical Commission webpage

Friends of the New Garden Trails (Committee)


Other White Clay Creek Websites

Friends of White Clay Creek State Park (DE)
Friends of White Clay Creek Preserve (PA)
Stroud Water Research Center
London Britain Township Land Trust
White Clay Fly Fishers
Wilmington Trail Club

Contact The WCWA (email)