Wenatchee Museum Documentary PresentationPresentation Transcript
WENATCHEE: A TALE OF TWO
A SPECIAL WENATCHEE VALLEY
TO CREATE A
HISTORY OF THE
BEGIN AT THE BEGINNING
• Starting with Native Americans using the confluence for fishing and trading, we
want to tell a linear history of this area via five main focal points:
1. Habitat: The rivers, animals and the ecosystem, and our role in changing
2. Agriculture: How it developed, then shaped the area/economy/culture of
3. Construction and Development: From the tribes to the settlers, to our
4. Power: The building of the dams, the establishment of the PUDs and the
impact that had on the region.
5. Culture: Notable people, happenings, and what they did (apple blossom
parades, plays, famous feats of athletics, social pioneers).
THE PRODUCTION PLAN
• We’ve strategized an interactive
three-part web-based series
(each part roughly 12 minutes) to
be released online via local
outlets and potentially PBS.
• We will produce and release each
segment before starting the next.
• This will aid in creating a buzz
and securing further buy in and
sponsorship from the community.
WHAT WE NEED
• A non-profit fiscal sponsor
(the museum) so we can
offer the incentive of tax
deductible donations to
• Sponsors and volunteers.
• Wenatchee Valley
• Stories, lots and lots of