Confluence Road Trips dig deeper into the storied landscape of the Columbia River. Time at sites of cultural and environmental significance with Native speakers offer the chance to hear first-person insights into Native culture and history. You will come away with a richer understanding of sovereignty, cultures based on reciprocity and resilience. Trips are fitting for the life long learner and designed as teacher workshops or professional development opportunities.
This trip includes a morning talk with Grand Ronde members and a traditional ecological knowledge hike at the Sandy River Delta in Troutdale, OR, celebrating Pi-Ume-Sha Treaty Days, in Warm Springs, OR, with featured speakers and a visit to Celilo Park near The Dalles, OR.
Cost $375. This includes speaker stipends, Friday breakfast and Saturday dinner. Not included: Saturday/Sunday breakfasts, lunches, Friday dinner, two night’s accommodations and transportation. Carpooling with Confluence can be arranged. Visit the Confluence website for more information.