Tributary 414 is a 3.21 square mile catchment area located in portions of Kennett and East Marlborough Townships. Topography in the watershed is relatively flat to rolling with mixed uses including commercial, light to high density residential, agricultural, and recreational uses. Historical land uses including logging, intensive agriculture, and mill dam construction and abandonment have impacted the majority of this stream. Tributary 414 flows into the East Branch of the Red Clay Creek and is classified by the PADEP as a trout stocked fishery.
- RCVA funded a complete watershed assessment and the development of a comprehensive Restoration Plan in 2008
- Assessment Report for Tributary 414 Watershed was completed by RETTEW May 2008
- Restoration Plan for Tributary 414 Watershed completed by RETTEW August 2008.
- Stream protection project along 1,600 feet of a tributary to the east branch Red Clay in Kennett Township completed in 2014. Project included five stream crossings, one water access, feed lot relocation and stream fencing. Funding by foundation grants and Suez Water.