Costing more than $30 million and funded largely by the Jewish Agency, the Yarkon-Negev pipeline is Israel’s largest irrigation project to date. With development towns being built across Israel to accommodate the influx of new immigrants in the 1950s, the pipeline brings nearly three billion gallons of fresh water from the Kinneret annually to 200 new towns and settlements.
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