Membership Benefits

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Conserve high desert lands, waterways and wildlife by becoming an Oregon Natural Desert Association member.

 

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Mary McCord, ONDA Volunteer

Mary McCord, ONDA Volunteer

“I find enjoyment in the peaceful wide open spaces, geology, and rich history of Oregon’s high desert,” says Mary. Reflecting on volunteering, she continues, “If you have the ability and desire, it’s important to do something to contribute. It doesn’t have to be big, because every little bit helps.”

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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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Cottonwood Canyon Riparian Soundscape

Cottonwood Canyon Riparian Soundscape

Benefits

  • A complimentary Wild Desert Calendar in the mail each November.
  • Desert Ramblings – our bi-annual newsletter featuring deep dives on current conservation issues, suggested high desert adventures, natural history and more.
  • Timely email updates with special event invitations, opportunities to take action, and first crack at ONDA’s popular stewardship trips.
  • Your voice, amplified. Your membership gives ONDA more clout with elected officials—the more people ONDA represents, the more effective we are as an organization.
  • Being part of a community of like-minded individuals who share your passion for desert conservation.
A gift of any size will start your membership.
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Frequently Asked Questions

A: Nope! A gift of any size will begin or renew your ONDA membership. Your membership will be current one year past your last gift date.

A: ONDA will happily send you a digital copy of our Desert Ramblings newsletter instead. Email caelin@onda.org to share your preference. Also, consider becoming a monthly donor—you’ll sustain desert conservation initiatives year-round and you’ll no longer receive renewal notices in the mail!

A: Yes, please see our Give page for details or contact ONDA Development Director Allison Crotty at Allison@onda.org.