Fruit it was and fruit it is that built and sustains Yakima's ag economy.  In recognition of that, a $12,000 state grant will help the City explore establishing a National Historic District for “Fruit Row” on First Avenue.


"Fruit Row” dates back to the early 1900s and describes the ag-related facilities on First Avenue from Yakima Avenue up to D Street.

The money comes from the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historical Preservation and would be used to develop an inventory of historical buildings  and their physical condition.

For more information about the City’s Historic Preservation visit  .

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