Central Columbia River - Wall Art

The Columbia River stretches over 1200 miles from Canada, through Washington along the Oregon border to the sea. From the Grand Coulee Dam in north central Washington to its junction with the Snake River near the Washington-Oregon border, the central Columbia is dammed repeatedly for hydro-electric power, recreation, fishing, irrigation, and as community water sources. Brewster, Pateros, Chelan, Wenatchee and East Wenatchee, Hanford Reach National Monument, Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick are bright beads on the necklace of the Columbia. Varying from slate gray to cobalt blue to turquoise green, the Central Columbia River from the Grand Coulee Dam to the Tri-Cities is a wonder to behold, fish, boat on, and appreciate.

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