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  • Bibliography — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    areas for protection have poster summary and full document Census Tracts for Housing and Population New Castle County New Castle County 1990 charts of census information broken down by tract for housing race and veteran status Delaware Road Map DE Department of Transportation 1990 road map includes public airports state park facilities recreation opportunities Bibliography from the Water Resources Agency for New Castle County November 1990 New Castle County Map 1991 streets zip codes Water Resources Protection Regulations 5th edition City of Newark City of Newark April 1991 Amendments to Chapter 30 of the Water Code of the City of Newark mentioned in Open Space and Historic Resources Preservation of the White Clay Valley recently adopted by Newark and New Castle County are additional protection for ground and surface water resources and should provide important back up to the eventual recommendations of the DOI Wild and Scenic Study Amendment to Add a Water Resource Protection Zone New Castle County September 1991 Ogletown Interchange Improvement Project DE DOT November 1991 ACOE application package Environmental Assessment DNREC Subaqueous Lands Application Open Space and Historic Resources Preservation of the White Clay Valley New Castle County New Castle County Department of Planning in conjunction with the Delaware State Greenspace Program January 1992 map of the basin in Delaware summary of previous studies historic resources recommendations appendix that has an inventory of historic sites bibliography for historic resources maps of water powered mills historic sites land use and ownership Middle Run Valley Mosaic Plan New Castle County Department of Planning and Parks and Recreation Spring 1992 describes how each landscape unit identified in Phase 1 and 2 reports should be managed over a 18 year period types of management are identified for natural areas reforestation sustained Yield Woodlot Reversion Open Meadow Cropping and Day Use Area 1991 Annual Profile New Castle County DE Spring 1992 New Castle County Department of Planning demographics transportation community facilities and services development activity growth management comprehensive plan implementation and monitoring and description zoning building and growth management issues for each district Parts of districts 3 Greater Newark 6 Piedmont 8 Lower Christiania 9 Pike Creek Central Kirkwood and 10 Upper Christiania are included in the White Clay Creek drainage basin maps of water supply service areas sewer service areas emergency service areas schools zoning classification key chart of site classifications protection standards and amendments Historic Resources Code Book for Computer Database New Castle County Planning Department June 1992 descriptions for dbase codes 1992 Delaware Water Quality Inventory DNREC August 1992 state wide assessment of surface water and groundwater resources water resource management and pollution control programs part I is general information statewide Part II is specific to each watershed we have White Clay basin assessment Long Range Departmental Master Plan FY 1994 2012 October 1992 New Castle County Department of Parks and Recreation demographics need analysis 20 year facilities and services management plan 20 year capitol request plan strategies Delaware Natural Heritage Inventory State Heritage Ranking November 1992 packet with list and legend for heritage ratings list of endangered threatened proposed for listing and candidate plant species by county list with rankings for DE plants of special concern list of plant species to watch for list of species of special concern in the White Clay Creek Valley Streets and Roads Subdivisions Zoning Ordinance New Castle County Council 1992 Historic Resources in New Castle County New Castle Planning Department February 1993 printout for National Register of Historic Places in the White Clay Hundred Mill Creek Hundred and City of Newark these include name tax parcel National Historic Landmark National Register Determination of Eligibility or Historic Zone Surface Water Quality Standards DNREC February 1993 definitions criteria Excerpts from the Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas in publication 1993 Richard West several block numbers species identified and their status Flood Insurance Studies FEMA identifies flood problems flood protection measures floodplain boundaries rate map City of Newark April 1988 City of Wilmington August 1991 New Castle County unincorporated areas July 1990 Flood Insurance Rate Maps FEMA flood hazard areas for 100 and 500 year floods City of Newark April 1988 City of Wilmington August 1991 New Castle County unincorporated areas 1986 1990 and index July 1990 Middle Run Valley Natural Area New Castle County Department of Parks and Recreation pamphlet with description of area map with trails structures and roads Greenway Concept for the White Clay Creek DNREC Parks Recreation amphibian and reptiles section Selected Hydrologic Maps of Newark and Wilmington Areas Delaware Geological Survey geology history structure and identification hydrologic features and man made structures County and State Parks Map 1 2500 Various Ordinances for New Castle County Floodplains fill transportation resource protection recreation wetlands building permits land development open space dwellings historic resource zones WHITE CLAY CREEK WATERSHED Flora and Fauna of White Clay Creek and Valley Dorothy Miller March 1970 not official census but compilation of field notes listing plants and animals found in the Valley since the writing of this document the purple fringeless orchid now listed as endangered Natural Attributes of the White Clay Creek DRBC June 1970 summary of resource information Portrait of White Clay Creek Nancy Steele Stroud Water Resources in Frontiers Oct Nov 1971 article describing the Creek and Stroud s research DNREC Natural Areas Study June 1975 White Clay Creek section wood and rock outcrop state park Jackson Hollow Middle Run Clyde Farm Owl Trail Woods Whitely Farms Fall Spring Woods White Clay and Red Clay Creek Electrofishing Samples DE Fish and Wildlife October 1971 White Clay Creek Watershed Study Act Briefing from MARO Regional Director to Director HCRS January 1980 includes initial correspondence regarding inclusion of White Clay Creek in the NRI and potential for study as Wild and Scenic includes chart figures and examples of forms filled out that relate to NRI inclusion for WCC White Clay Creek Project A Greenway Concept for Stormwater Management and Convivial Technology Planning July 1980 inventory and analysis of existing conditions alternative management practices recommendations implementation public information

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  • Maps — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    trails throughout the City of Newark including connections to the White Clay and regional trail system Created in 2013 Bacteria Sampling Locations PA Map of bacteria sampling locations in the Pennsylvania portion of the White Clay Creek watershed Sites are sampled in the summer months for the presense of E coli Dams of the White Clay Creek Location of registered dams in the White Clay Creek Dam 1 was removed

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  • Building Partnerships Through Community Greening — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    dark green rushes and yellow green sedges These ground cover plants will provide food and cover in areas where larger species needed to be avoided Bob McDowell is also a member of the City of Newark Conservation Advisory Committee Through his partnership with the City of Newark he hopes to foster future community conservation projects with his students on city property that would similarly benefit from stream cleanups or habitat plantings His group is planning to return to Curtis Mill Park in the spring to carry out additional reforestation with native plant species These types of partnerships are exactly what we like to encourage between today s youth municipalities and conservation groups They provide our future leaders with the knowledge and the tools to solve real world problems and give them the opportunity to be a part of the solution Conservation landscaping is just one of those tools that not only benefits wildlife and water quality but also the community as a whole Shane Morgan Watershed Coordinator for the White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic Program Funding for this project came out of the White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Restoration Fund set up for Delaware taxpayers who claim an over payment of taxes or who have an income tax liability to designate an amount to be deposited or paid to the Fund Over the past four years this Fund has raised just under 25 000 for water resource restoration and management programs within the White Clay Creek watershed Delaware s only federally designated wild and scenic river More specifically these funds have and will continue to support projects such as dam removals for fish passage freshwater mussel restoration and research and conservation landscaping Click to view additional photos from the planting Tagged habitat planting Curtis Mill Newark DE riparian buffer Newer Post New Years Resolution Got You Down Try A Pollution Diet Instead Older Post Collecting Rain Water and Creating Beneficial Habitat at Goddard Park BLOG RSS Subscribe Name Name First Name Last Name Email Address Thank you Upcoming Events Featured May 7 May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park White Clay Creek Fest May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building Wild

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  • Collecting Rain Water and Creating Beneficial Habitat at Goddard Park. — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    invasive plants from invading and outcompeting the native vegetation If you are interested in being trained to care for these basins please contact London Grove Township so we can keep these gardens looking good and cleaning water for years to come Why not install a rain garden on your property Rain gardens filter out and reduce pollutants from entering our waters thereby protecting stream life and water supplies Provide habitat benefits Reduce local flooding potential and damage caused by erosion downstream Create a more attractive and healthy environment for your neighborhood Save money on reduced mowing costs over time Conserve water Note Funding for this project was awarded by Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Rain Gardens for the Bay Fun and United Water Delaware White Clay Wild Scenic River Program and North Creek Nurseries provided technical assistance In kind support was provided by London Grove Township and City of Newark Tagged goddard park rain gardens wildlife habitat london grove township Newer Post Building Partnerships Through Community Greening Older Post A Needed Stream Improvement for a Beloved Community Park BLOG RSS Subscribe Name Name First Name Last Name Email Address Thank you Upcoming Events Featured May 7 May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park White Clay Creek Fest May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building Wild Scenic Program Steering Committee Meeting May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center Birding Bioblitz May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center May 21 2016 9

    Original URL path: http://whiteclay.org/blog/2015/goddardpark (2016-04-30)
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  • A Needed Stream Improvement for a Beloved Community Park! — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    to compaction making it more difficult for water to infiltrate thereby leaving less capacity for the wetlands to aid in floodwater storage and groundwater recharge Without sufficient groundwater recharge small streams like Lamborn Run are subject to dry during prolonged drought Wetlands also provide food shelter and water for a variety of wildlife The wetland enhancement took place this past September Eighteen volunteers planted 25 flats or 1800 small native perennials in the two adjacent wetlands to Lamborn Run Installing plants native to our region improves the biodiversity of an area by providing food and shelter for a larger variety of native wildlife Species planted included Blue Flag Iris Swamp Milkweed host plant to the Monarch Butterfly lavender Beebalm New York Aster Ironweed and Soft Rush These plants were selected for their potential to compete with existing aggressive grasses while also providing wildlife benefits and improved aesthetics for visitors A tree and shrub planting will take place late October and should help mark the no mow flood zone followed by a live stake planting next spring Live stakes are single stems of dormant shrubs that can quickly take root to help hold together eroding streambanks Later they mature into large shrubs which help regulate stream temperatures by providing shade to small streams such as Lamborn Run Upon completion of these initial strategies the White Clay Watershed Association and New Garden Township intend to apply for additional grant funding to implement further actions outlined in the New Garden Stream Corridor Improvements Masterplan This is a long term plan to be implemented in phases as resources become available The Master Plan and Phase 1 planting are funded by 53 000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Growing Greener Grant Program 7 000 from the White Clay Wild and Scenic Rivers Program Smaller contributions were made by New Garden Township and New Garden Growers Market Tagged new garden park new garden township white clay creek white clay creek wild and scenic river riparian buffer volunteer Newer Post Collecting Rain Water and Creating Beneficial Habitat at Goddard Park Older Post How to Keep the White Clay Safe from Hidden Germs BLOG RSS Subscribe Name Name First Name Last Name Email Address Thank you Upcoming Events Featured May 7 May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park White Clay Creek Fest May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm

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  • BLOG — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    2015 Community Outreach Dam Removal Events history News Restoration Who was Daniel Byrnes Shane Morgan April 14 2015 Community Outreach Dam Removal Events history News Restoration Learn More our Local History and Visit the Site of the Historic Dam Removal on the White Clay Tagged Byrnes Mill dam dam removal Daniel Byrnes Hale Byrnes House white clay creek Newer Posts Older Posts BLOG RSS Subscribe Name Name First Name Last Name Email Address Thank you Upcoming Events Featured May 7 May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park White Clay Creek Fest May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 7 2016 12 00pm 4 00pm 12 00 16 00 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building Wild Scenic Program Steering Committee Meeting May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 9 2016 10 00am 12 00pm 10 00 12 00 Shane Morgan Comment New Garden Township Building May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center Birding Bioblitz May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center May 21 2016 9 00am 10 30am 09 00 10 30 Shane Morgan Comment White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center Blog archive Featured Feb 4 2016 Water Quality Student Research remote sensing geography GIS nutrient hotspots mushroom farming Kristen Molfetta Comment Feb 4 2016 Water Quality Student Research remote sensing geography GIS nutrient hotspots mushroom farming Kristen Molfetta Comment Turning Research to Knowledge How Satellites Can Help Us Manage Our Water Resources Feb 4 2016 Water Quality Student Research remote

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  • Land Resources Table — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    IV Local Land Use Management Program Introduction White Clay Creek and Its Setting V Resource Management Resource Protection Guidelines Water Resources Fish and Wildlife Watershed Restoration Cultural Resources Recreation Resources Guidelines for Water Resource Projects VI Education and Outreach Components of an Outreach and Education Program VII Available Assistance Appendices Acknowledgements Definitions Exisiting Land Use by Sub watershed Existing Management Responsibilities Tables Land Resources Table Water Resources Table Fish and Wildlife Resources Table Threatened and Endangered Species Table Historical Archaeological Resources Table Recreation Resources Table WCWA Stream Watch Program Bibliography P Primary Land Resources S Secondary or Advisory Comprehensive Plan Zoning Subdivision Site Plan Approval Variances Floodplains Stewardship MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PA P P P P P PLANNING COMMISSIONS PA S S S S S ZONING HEARING BOARDS PA P NEWARK CITY COUNCIL DE P P P P P NEWARK PLANNING COMMISSION DE S S S S S NEWARK BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT P PARKS RECREATION DEPTS PA DE P P HISTORICAL COMMISSIONS S PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS P DELAWARE NATURE SOCIETY P BRANDYWINE CONSERVANCY P STROUD WATER RESOURCES CENTER P THE NATURE CONSERVANCY P COUNTY GOVERNMENT CHESTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION S S S CHESTER COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT

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  • Water Resources Table — White Clay Creek Wild & Scenic River
    White Clay Creek Watershed Devising an Approach Management Principles Goals Mission Objectives Federal Designation Boundary A Two Tier Approach Wild and Scenic Designated Area III Administrative Framework White Clay Creek Watershed Management Committee Host Organization for the White Clay Creek Watershed Management Committee IV Local Land Use Management Program Introduction White Clay Creek and Its Setting V Resource Management Resource Protection Guidelines Water Resources Fish and Wildlife Watershed Restoration Cultural Resources Recreation Resources Guidelines for Water Resource Projects VI Education and Outreach Components of an Outreach and Education Program VII Available Assistance Appendices Acknowledgements Definitions Exisiting Land Use by Sub watershed Existing Management Responsibilities Tables Land Resources Table Water Resources Table Fish and Wildlife Resources Table Threatened and Endangered Species Table Historical Archaeological Resources Table Recreation Resources Table WCWA Stream Watch Program Bibliography P Primary Water Resources S Secondary or Advisory Water Supply Water Quality Instream Flow Groundwater Const Permits Stream Discharge Wetlands MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PA P P P S P P PLANNING COMMISSIONS PA S S S S S ZONING HEARING BOARDS PA NEWARK CITY COUNCIL DE P P P P NEWARK PLANNING COMMISSION DE S S S PARKS RECREATION DEPTS PA DE HISTORICAL COMMISSIONS PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS S S WHITE CLAY CREEK WATERSHED ASSOCIATION S S DELAWARE NATURE SOCIETY S BRANDYWINE CONSERVANCY S S STROUD WATER RESOURCES CENTER S S THE NATURE CONSERVANCY S S COUNTY GOVERNMENT CHESTER COUNTY WATER RESOURCES AUTHORITY P P CHESTER COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT P NEW CASTLE COUNTY DEPT OF LAND USE S NEW CASTLE COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT P STATE GOVERNMENT PA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION P P P P P PA DE STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE S DE DNREC DIVISION OF FISH WILDLIFE S DE DNREC DIVISION OF PARKS RECREATION S DE DNREC DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES P

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