Confluence Library

Are you looking to visit all or some of the Confluence River Sites? This printable one-page map is a guide to doing just that.

This audio tour describes the Confluence Land Bridge at Fort Vancouver.

Take a virtual tour of the Vancouver Land Bridge.

 

The Sandy River bird blind, inspired by William Clark’s quote that he could not sleep because of bird noises, was built to give guests a chance to visit a restored native habitat and learn about native birds and animals.

Maya Lin’s first Confluence site is at Cape Disappointment State Park. Guests are greeted by a path, amphitheater, fish sink, and gathering circle. It was built of native materials for the Lewis and Clark bicentennial.

Maya Lin discusses her work with Confluence at the various Confluence sites, focusing on restorative work and her installations as memorials of tribes, Lewis and Clark, and native landscape. Fully subtitled.

A video produced about the future sixth Confluence site.  Filmed and edited by Greg Emetaz in 2013.

This audio tour is a guide to the Confluence Trail at the Sandy River Delta near Troutdale, Oregon.

Chief Timothy Park, in Washington, is on an island off the Snake River. Chief Timothy Park is close to Lower Granite Dam, which has a fish ladder. The park is home to a Confluence “Listening Circle” amphitheater.

On May 29, 2015, more than 200 people gathered at Chief Timothy Park, nine miles west of Clarkston, Washington, to dedicate the Confluence Listening Circl