March 24, 2014
Confluence Project Awarded Funding From The Ford Family Foundation and Wildhorse Foundation For Work Along The Columbia River System
VANCOUVER, Wash.- Confluence Project has been awarded funds from The Ford Family Foundation and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation’s Wildhorse Foundation that greatly increase Confluence Project’s capacity to... more >
March 9, 2014
This article, by Colin Fogarty, first appeared as a Guest Opinion in the Oregonian. Colin is the executive director of Confluence Project. One of the geographic and culture features that helped... more >
February 3, 2014
The Confluence Project has named veteran public radio journalist Colin Fogarty as its new Executive Director. Fogarty will help lead the group’s 12-year-old effort to complete the installation of six... more >
December 19, 2013
The Confluence Project is pleased to announce the recent award of a $250,000 capital grant by the Collins Foundation for the Celilo Park project. The... more >
Before The End Of The Year, Help Connect Students Kids To Columbia River Cultures
November 21, 2016
Dear Friend of Confluence,
#ConfluenceConnects students to place through art and education by introducing them to native artists and tradition keepers who share what it means to be from the river, why art and culture are important, and how education creates change. Before the end of the year, help support this important work by supporting Confluence in the Classroom. The unique program brings indiginous educators into schools to do meaningful projects about the Columbia River system. Our indigenous educators bring the cultures and traditions of the river into the classroom and they lead the kids out to culturally significant sites. This work is more important than ever.
Contributions to Confluence are tax deductible. To enjoy that benefit on this year's returns, donate before December 31st! Thank you!