Stories and News from ONDA

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The Power in Speaking Up Together

Author: Lace Thornberg | Published: June 14, 2022 | Category: In the News  Anyone who cares about climate change, biodiversity loss and other environmental issues will at times feel overwhelmed. […]

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Where-To:
Soak Up Long Summer Days

For a Perfect Summer Day, Head to a Desert River With the sun rising before 6 am and twilight extending after 9 pm, summer days leave plenty of space for […]

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Ten Barrier-Free Trails
in Eastern Oregon

Author: William Sullivan  |  Published: May 27, 2022  |  Category: Where-To For people of all physical abilities looking to explore new trails on the dry side of the Cascades, these […]

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Lake Abert: What’s the Solution?

Author: Ryan Houston  |  Published: May 5, 2022  | Category: Deep Dive   Lake Abert was catapulted onto the front pages in January when in-depth reporting by The Oregonian exposed a […]

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Fall 2022 Stewardship Trip Preview

Registration Opens June 1 Do you enjoy fall colors? Crisp days and starry nights? You will love the variety of stewardship opportunities ONDA is offering in the high desert this […]

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A Look Back at the 2022
High Desert Speaker Series

Author: Corinne Handelman  |  Published: April 29, 2022  |  Category: Look Back Each spring, ONDA presents the High Desert Speaker Series featuring intriguing stories, exquisite photography, and fascinating natural history […]

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Planting Hope

Author: Gena Goodman-Campbell  |  Published: April 27, 2022  |  Category: Notes from the Field ONDA’s stewardship director shares a report from a special desert stewardship trip where ONDA celebrated it’s […]

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Species Spotlight: Steelhead

Author: Scott R. Bowler  |  Published: April 20, 2022  |  Category: Species Spotlight The long & short life history of Oncorhynchus mykiss Did you know that the fish we call […]

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Seven Steps to Save Sage-Grouse

Author: Mark Salvo  |  Published: April 5, 2022  |  Category: Deep Dive After three and half decades of monitoring sage-grouse habitat, sorting through the science, engaging in innumerable federal, state […]

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How-To:
See Desert Wildlife in Spring

Author: Scott R. Bowler  |  Published: April 5, 2022  | Category: How-To What’s to be seen during the vernal hinge of the year? Spring, of course, means snow melts (although […]

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