News Archive

March 3, 2018

March 2018 News from Confluence

Sharing Stories of Celilo Linda Meanus smiled at the students as she told them stories of growing up with the sound of Celilo Falls ever present. As she spoke this week...   more >

February 6, 2018

Confluence Seeks Celilo Park Project Manager

Confluence is a community-supported nonprofit that connects people to place through art and education. We work in collaboration with northwest tribes, communities and the celebrated artist Maya Lin to create...   more >

January 19, 2018

Confluence on the Columbia

Lower Columbia Road Trip - July 13-15, 2018 Hit the road with Confluence to dig deeper into the storied landscape of the Columbia River system. This three day trip through the lower...   more >

January 9, 2018

2017 Annual Appeal a Grand Success!

Thanks to all the Confluence Friends and Legacy Makers who responded to our 2017 Annual Appeal with a resounding message of support! The important work...   more >

Upcoming Events at Confluence

April 21, 2017

Earth Day Work Party at the Confluence Land Bridge

Volunteer this Earth Day to tend to landscaping needs (mulching!) on the Confluence Land Bridge with hosts Confluence and the City of Vancouver. Designed by internationally recognized architect Johnpaul Jones of Seattle, the site was dedicated in 2008. The Land Bridge is an earth-covered pedestrian bridge, arcing over Hwy 14, reconnecting historic Fort Vancouver with the Columbia River. 

Saturday, April 22nd, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Meet at Old Apple Tree Park, 112 Columbia Way. Tools, gloves, and training will be provided. Stay for the BBQ lunch at noon.

RSVP to Courtney Yilk, Confluence Program Manager, 360-693-0123. 


Confluence Story Gathering

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

May 6, 2017, 2-4 pm
Columbia Gorge Discover Center in The Dalles

Confluence Story Gatherings are free and open to the public. To reserve your tickets, contact Courtney Yilk. Confluence Story Gatherings are sponsored by a generous grant from the Oregon Community Foundation.