News Archive

July 6, 2017

Confluence Upcoming Events

Confuence in the Community is a series of public events that fuse art, culture and heritage to engage the communities around our project sites. All are welcome! Native Plant Walk with...   more >

June 28, 2017

Confluence Newsletter – June 2017

Connecting Students to Place Through Art and Education Four bold paintings by Yakama high school and middle school students will be displayed at the Yakama Cultural Center in Toppenish, Washington this...   more >

June 13, 2017

Enjoy Pink Martini and Support Confluence

This very special community-based, volunteer-driven fundraiser will benefit Confluence, the ALS Association Oregon and SW Washington Chapter, Derek Rieth Foundation, Waste Not & Lakewood Center for the Arts Rising Stars...   more >

May 8, 2017

Confluence Severs Ties with Wells Fargo

Confluence will sever its financial relationship with Wells Fargo in response to the financial service provider’s continued economic interest in the Dakota Access Pipeline.  The Confluence Board of Directors has...   more >

Upcoming Confluence Events

May 2, 2017

Get Outdoors Day at Fort Vancouver

June 10, 2017

10 am to 3 pm  

In Collaboration with the National Park Service, Confluence will keep a table outside our Vancouver Headquarters. Enthnobotonical Tour with Greg Archuleta 11 am- 1 pm

 

Old Appletree Festival - Vancouver

October 7, 2017

Enthnobotonical Tour with Greg Archuleta.

Time 12- 2 pm

 

Confluence Story Gathering - Clarkston, Chief Timothy Park

October 8, 2017 

Story-driven discussions that elevate indigenous voices in our understanding of the Columbia River system.

 

Make a Difference Day at the Sandy River Delta

October 28, 2017

With support from the National Forest Foundation, Confluence, U.S. Forest Service and the Friends of the Sandy River Delta join together to reconstruct the Confluence Trail at the Sandy River Delta. 

 

Confluence Story Gathering - Vancouver

Story-driven discussions that elevate indigenous voices in our understanding of the Columbia River system.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Visitor Center 

November 4, 2017

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm