The University of Delaware Water Resources Center (UDWRC) saw it necessary to sample other Delaware waterways, including White Clay Creek, where turbidity levels have been rising as a result of nonpoint source pollution. The WRC recognized this using gages provided by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) which retrieve water quality data for the main branches of White Clay Creek. Sampling sites within the White Clay Watershed in both Delaware and Pennsylvania were chosen in January of 2015 by undergraduate researchers based on location of flow into the creek. Twenty-one testing sites on each branch of White Clay Creek throughout the watershed were chosen. In order to create a comprehensive plan of action to improve water quality in White Clay Watershed, data was gathered from the tributaries. Water quality sampling, which was done by student research assistants and interns from the UDWRC, took place from in 2016 from February through December. The students took measurements for both turbidity and conductivity. The purpose of monitoring the water quality at these sites is to help narrow nonpoint source pollution locations which contribute to high turbidity levels. By determining the areas with the highest turbidity, they can be prioritized for funding and restoration efforts. We hope that this research can aid in improving the water quality of White Clay Creek and its tributaries.