Southeastern Oregon Resource Management Plan

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Helen Harbin, ONDA Board Member

Helen Harbin, ONDA Board Member

“I connect with Oregon’s high desert through my feet, my eyes, my sense of smell, and all the things I hear. Getting out there is a whole body experience.” Supporting ONDA, Helen says, not only connects her with wild landscapes, but is also a good investment. “I felt like if I gave them $20, they might squeeze $23 out of it.”

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Badger

Badger

Badgers are generally nocturnal, but, in remote areas with no human encroachment, they are routinely observed foraging during the day. They prefer open areas with grasslands, which can include parklands, farms, and treeless areas with crumbly soil and a supply of rodent prey.

Badgers are born blind, furred, and helpless. Their eyes open at four to six weeks.

Latin name: Taxidea taxus

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Stewardship Fence Building Timelapse

Stewardship Fence Building Timelapse

Southeastern Oregon Resource Management Plan

Author: Mac Lacy  |  Published: May 11, 2024  | Category: Look Back This article originally appeared in the Spring + Summer 2024 Desert Ramblings ONDA secures historic wildlands protection in […]

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Securing Historic Wildlands Protections in the Owyhee Canyonlands

Author: Mac Lacy  |  Published: March 4, 2024  |  Category: Deep Dive A deep dive into the history of the Southeastern Oregon Resource Management Plan and the future of Oregon’s […]

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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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From Wildflowers to Butterflies

A photographer’s collections helped inspire the effort to save native trout in the Malheur rivers by Mac Lacy The sagebrush sea lost a fierce champion when Chris Christie passed away […]

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Steens Next 20

by Senior Attorney Mac Lacy Steens Mountain is an extraordinary place. Known to the Northern Paiute as Tse’tse’ede, “the Cold One,” the mountain covers an ecologically distinctive, half-million acre landscape […]

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