A New Plan for 5 Million Acres

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Volunteer Accomplishment in Hart-Sheldon

Volunteer Accomplishment in Hart-Sheldon

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Aaron Tani, Sage Society Member

Aaron Tani, Sage Society Member

“It feels good to support ONDA on a monthly basis, because I know they never stop supporting our public lands. ONDA works to help make our lands a better place for the future, and I feel like I’m a part of that every month with my support.”

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Helen Harbin on Wildlife

Helen Harbin on Wildlife

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  1. As described by the federal governments Code of Federal Regulations (43 CFR 8340.0-5)
  2. Per GIS analysis completed by ONDA
  3. The Wilderness Society, 2016. Achieving Compliance with the Executive Order “Minimization Criteria” for Off-Road Vehicle Use on Federal Public Lands: Background, Case Studies, and Recommendations.

A New Plan for 5 Million Acres

5 Reasons to Care, 3 Topics to Understand, 1 Way to Get Involved. How would you manage 5 million acres? This spring, you have a once-in-a-generation chance to answer that very question. The Bureau of Land Management will be seeking input from the public on the Southeast Oregon Resource Management Plan Amendment (SEORMP), a...

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Service at Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge

Carol Savonen is a member of Great Old Broads for Wilderness, a group formed initially by older women to champion America’s public lands. Here, she shares the experience the Broads had on a recent trip to the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. This past June, 25 Oregon members of the Great Old Broads for...

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Vegetation Monitoring in Southeastern Oregon

ONDA summer intern Anne White has spent many hours over the past few months in southeastern Oregon monitoring sagebrush habitat. She and her fellow intern collected data to help determine the health of the habitat for Greater sage-grouse. When I tell people I am doing Greater sage-grouse monitoring for my internship with ONDA, their...

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