Water diverted from the Wenatchee River, stored in Lake Wenatchee, and delivered to 29,000 acres of sagebrush and rocks via a complex of canals and siphons, with one crossing the Columbia River... That was the plan when the GWID Board had its first meeting on April 10, 1923. In the fifty years since then the plan changed but the purpose remains the same, to bring together water, land and sunshine to produce farms, jobs, homes and food. But calling it a plan is no longer accurate, for the dream of the original visionaries is now a ten million dollar reality.

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