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35 Years of Desert Care

Authors: Jeremy Austin, Mac Lacy, Gena Goodman-Campbell and Lace Thornberg  |  Published: October 21, 2022 This is a story about people who noticed a problem and chose to act. It […]

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How-to: Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Oregon’s High Desert

Author: Lace Thornberg  |  Published: October 6, 2022  |  Category: How-To ONDA’s conservation work occurs on the traditional and ceded lands of the Northern Paiute, Wasco, Warm Springs, Bannock, Shoshone, […]

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Another Owyhee Canyonlands Milestone

Author: Ryan Houston  |  Published: October 4, 2022  |  Category:  In The News Another Milestone for the Owyhee Canyonlands It’s not hard to get lost in the deeply forked, meandering […]

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Fall Planting Trips

Author: Gena Goodman-Campbell  |  Published: October 3, 2022  |  Category: Notes from the Field Desert streams and rivers are the lifeblood of Oregon’s high desert, but many of these essential […]

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Desert Ramblings

Published continuously since 1988, Oregon Natural Desert Association’s newsletter has kept our members informed about public lands news and shared countless intriguing facts about the plants and animals that inhabit […]

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Where-To:
See Aspen in Eastern Oregon

Author: Jess Beauchemin  |  Published: September 12, 2022  |  Category: Where-To Four amazing hikes with fall colors on Steens Mountain and Hart Mountain I grew up in New England, where […]

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Where Are They Now

Meet Five Former ONDA Law Clerks and Interns Making the World a Better Place It takes a village to protect, defend, and restore Oregon’s sagebrush wildlands. All of ONDA’s work […]

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The Essential Pronghorn Corridor in the Greater Hart-Sheldon

The Greater Hart-Sheldon region straddles the Oregon-Nevada border and provides essential habitat for pronghorn, as well as hundreds of other sagebrush-dependent plants and animals. In 2016, the region supported more than […]

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Take Part in a Conservation Convo

Want to make sure you’re using your voice effectively for the desert you love? Join us at our next Conservation Convo event.

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Fences in the High Desert

620,000 miles — enough to stretch around the earth nearly 25 times. That is the estimated number of miles of fencing currently crisscrossing the American West, according to researchers at […]

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