The Perfect Gift
for Everyone on Your List

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A Completely Subjective, All-ONDA Gift Guide

Looking for a beautiful, non-perishable, one size fits all, no need to wrap, easy-to-mail gift that you can give to many, many people on your gift list? We’ve got you covered.

ONDA’s Wild Desert Calendar makes a great gift …

For anyone you can’t spend too much on, but also want to give something priceless.

Here’s your chance to give someone more than 8 million acres of desert beauty, day in and day out, for just $15. ONDA’s Wild Desert Calendar is a volunteer-driven, generously sponsored publication, so you can feel great knowing that 100% of sales proceeds go directly to supporting desert conservation.

For people who live in Oregon, and people who don’t.

Could there be a better introduction to the wonders of Oregon’s dry side for those who spend more time on the mossy side of the Cascade crest? Or for those Oregonians who are new here? It would also be a nice parting gift for someone who’s moved out of state, offering them a way to keep connected with the desert landscape they love. Have family on the east coast? People who don’t have these kinds of wide-open landscapes in their own backyards really appreciate these scenes.

For people tired out by 2020.

As a special bonus for the 2021 edition, each day will offer a reminder that it’s not 2020 anymore. There’s literally no better gift.

On a serious note, we do hope this calendar can offer a moment of serenity for the essential workers, nurses, teachers, parents, community advocates and others who have risen to the challenges of this year.

There’s really only one type of person the Wild Desert Calendar isn’t perfect for, and that’s someone who already has one.

But, don’t worry, we have a few options for those folks, too:

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Cottonwood Canyon Riparian Soundscape

Cottonwood Canyon Riparian Soundscape

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Karen Garber, volunteer since 2017

Karen Garber, volunteer since 2017

So glad we got to do a stewardship trip with ONDA this summer, and now I’m more inspired than ever to start hiking the Oregon Desert Trail in bits and pieces.

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Owyhee Canyon Swallows Sparrows and Rushing Water

Owyhee Canyon Swallows Sparrows and Rushing Water