All of us leave a legacy.
For our founding board chair Antone Minthorn, Confluence is just one of many legacies. Eighteen years after our founding, this former Chair of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation continues to demonstrate leadership and vision for the Confluence mission and the work of so many others. Antone has worked for decades for environmental restoration, land conservation, economic development and language preservation.
This year the Confluence Legacy Maker Virtual Gathering will honor our Elder and his lifetime of work to elevate Indigenous voices in public policy, education and the landscape itself. This virtual gathering is FREE to attend through Facebook and Youtube Live.
Though there is no ticket price, this is a fundraising event to benefit the Confluence mission to connect people to the history, living cultures and ecology of the Columbia River system through Indigenous voices. We hope this gathering is an opportunity for you to consider a gift to support this important work. Thank you!
Join us as we honor Antone’s legacy and build our own together.
Sign up to RSVP to receive an email reminder and find out how you can support Confluence’s mission with a gift or an event sponsorship.
Or simply DONATE NOW to honor Antone and support the Confluence mission. You gift will be matched by The Roundhouse Foundation. Double your impact!
Thank you to our Gathering Sponsors: The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and the Wildhorse Resort and Casino. Thanks also to the Bonneville Environmental Foundation and Pendleton Woolen Mills.
Finally, thanks to our friend photographer Peter Marbach for allowing us to use this image of the Columbia River Gorge.