The Gale Hill Radio Hour

Ep 17 - Reflections on Home, Nature, and Maya Lin's Confluence Project Landscapes

May 10, 2022 Kate Jones
The Gale Hill Radio Hour
Ep 17 - Reflections on Home, Nature, and Maya Lin's Confluence Project Landscapes
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An interview with Ann Batchelor Hursey, a poet and writer of prose, and the author of "Field Notes to Maya Lin's Confluence Project Landscapes."

The Confluence Project commemorates the bicentennial of Lewis and Clark's journey along the Columbia River in Oregon and Washington, especially the role of the Columbia River tribes who welcomed and assisted the explorers in their travels.

Poems and haiku are sprinkled throughout this interview, illuminating the various topics of conversation. Here's where you can find one of the poems in the episode:

6:52 — "How It All Began" by Ann Batchelor Hursey

There are many more, offering insight and reflection.

For more about Ann and her work, visit her website.

For more on the Confluence Project, go to confluenceproject.org.

And for more about Maya Lin, visit her site.




Thank you for listening to The Gale Hill Radio Hour, a show about purpose, passion, and sharing our gifts with the world.

The Confluence Project
Ann's Inspiration
Maya Lin's Involvement
How the Book is Structured
Cape Disappointment
Vancouver Land Bridge
Sandy River Delta & Jethro Tull
Story Circles at Sacajawea Park
Chief Timothy Park's Listening Circle
A Future Landscape?
Powerful Silence
Field Notes from Home