With land protected, the dynamic partnership between private citizens, conservation organizations, local and state governments, businesses, and scientists found a new goal: to champion the consideration of the White Clay Creek and its tributaries for the Wild and Scenic Rivers System.  Miller again played a lead in lobbying Delaware’s congressional delegation, and Congress passed the White Clay Creek Study Act in 1991 allowing the National Park Service to review the White Clay’s resources and issues for inclusion in the Rivers System.  The University of Delaware’s Water Resources Agency http://www.wra.udel.edu/ made significant contributions to studies of the water resource planning, management, and policies for this review.