Did you know that nearly half of Oregon is high desert? At Oregon Natural Desert Association, we strive to connect people to this incredible region. Come explore eastern Oregon with us.
Find out how ONDA ensures that the American public lands in Oregon’s high desert remain in public hands and are thoughtfully utilized.
Our stewardship program involves thousands of Oregonians in on-the-ground work that improves the high desert for both people and wildlife.
Meet our team and find our current open jobs and internships.
Meet ONDA’s board of directors, and learn about our members and supporters.
Hear from passionate and eloquent storytellers and gain new insights into ONDA's projects and campaigns.
Check out our maps, Wild Desert Calendars, Desert Ramblings, and reports.
Scroll through our key achievements since our founding in 1987.
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Advocate for the lands, waters and wildlife you love.
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In 1987, a group of community members based in and around Bend, Oregon realized that the high desert lands and waters they loved had no one dedicated to their protection. […]
Oregon Natural Desert Association is a community of people dedicated to conserving the high desert. It might be the scent of sagebrush, or the desert sun’s warmth. It could be […]
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ONDA provides interested community members with inspiration to get out and enjoy the desert, and the information and tools necessary to understand what is happening to their public lands.
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As a staff, we are steadfast in our commitment to protect, defend, and restore Oregon’s high desert alongside our members and supporters. Together with the passion and commitment of a […]