Other watersheds in the Chesapeake Bay
Bohemia Creek || Broad Creek || C and D Canal West || Chester River || Choptank River || Deep Creek || Elk Creek || Gravelly Branch || Gum Branch || Marshyhope Creek || Nanticoke River || Perch Creek || Pocomoke River || Sassafras River || Wicomico
Marshyhope Creek
Background  
Marshyhope Creek watershed is located on the western edge of Delaware and resides in both Kent and Sussex counties. The stream flows southwestward and crosses the state line into Maryland where it eventually discharges into the Chesapeake Bay.

The land use within the watershed is dominated by agriculture, wetlands, and forests. Farmington is the only incorporated town.
Water Quality  
Plants and Wildlife  
Further Resources