Gathering Our Voice

Russell Congdon Memorial Plaza

Welcome to the Apple Capital Loop Trail

Kiosk in Winter
Russell Congdon Memorial Plaza at 19th Street in East Wenatchee. The memorial recognizes Congdon and many others who contributed to Apple Capital Loop Trail success.

Nature

Porters Pond Winter

Kelly Cordell
Hear wildlife biologist Kelly Cordell talk about great blue herons.

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Kelly Cordell (MP3)

Heron
Great blue herons can often be seen at Porter’s Pond near 19th St.

History


Ruth Allan is an artist and longtime champion for river protection.
Hear Ruth Allan describe community use of Porter’s Pond.

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Ruth Allan (MP3)


Porter’s Pond area at the foot of 19th Street in East Wenatchee

Trail Story

Tina and Eliot Scull were founding members of the Complete the Loop Coalition.
Hear Tina talk about how the Complete the Loop Coalition was formed.

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Tina Scull (MP3)

Community Connection

River shore
Learn about the Complete the Loop Coalition.

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