Gathering Our Voice

27th Street Access

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27th Street trail access in East Wenatchee

Nature

View toward confluence


Common coots and other waterbirds can be seen along the Columbia.

Keith Truscott
Hear biologist Keith Truscott describe how some of the river changes benefit fish.

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Keith Truscott (MP3)

History

Peter Ringsrud
Peter Ringsrud has lived in the valley most of his life.

Hear Peter talk about how the river water has changed.

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Peter Ringsrud (MP3)


Early aerial view of Columbia River in Wenatchee valley.

Trail Story


Tina Scull and her husband Eliot Scull moved to Wenatchee in the mid-70s.

Hear Tina talk about recreation planning for the Wenatchee waterfront.

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Tina Scull (MP3)


Walla Walla Point Park

Hear Wenatchee World newspaperman Wilfred Woods talk about Kirby Billingsley’s dream.

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Wilfred Woods (MP3)


Kirby Billingsley

Community Connection

Veedol
Learn about Miss Veedol and the first trans Pacific flight – Spirit of Wenatchee.

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