Announcing our 2020 Season!
Explore our Community Calendar here.
stories from the river screening
Indigenous elders and leaders from the Columbia River share personal stories and insights about the history, culture, and ecology of the land and its people. This series of documentary shorts is a collaboration of Confluence and Woodrow Hunt (Klamath/Modoc, Cherokee) of Tule Films.
Presented in partnership with the Native American Arts Council, as part of the NW Film Center Northwest Tracker series.
earth day work party
April 18 / 9am – 12pm / Vancouver Land Bridge / Register
confluence on the road
Confluence on the Road is an experiential opportunity for teachers and education leaders to dig deeper into the storied landscape of the Columbia River system. The journey includes guided visits to sites of cultural and environmental significance with Indigenous speakers to hear first-person insights into Native traditions and history. Participants come away with a richer understanding of sovereignty, cultural resilience and the value of reciprocity.
Summer 2020 / details and exact dates to come
Confluence Story Gatherings are story-driven discussions designed to elevate Indigenous voices in our understanding of the Columbia River system.
vancouver / in partnership with Columbia Land Trust and the Watershed Alliance of SW Washington / Feb 23 / 3pm / Water Resource Center / register
hood river / in partnership with Gorge Owned
March 18 / 6pm / Columbia Center for the Arts / register
walla walla / in partnership with Whitman University
April 11 / 3pm / Olin Hall / register
portland / in partnership with the Vanport Mosaic
May 23 / time and location TBD