Did you know that nearly half of Oregon is high desert? Here at Oregon Natural Desert Association, we’re committed to connecting people to this incredible region. Come explore eastern Oregon with us.
Find out how ONDA ensures that the American public lands in Oregon’s high desert remain in public hands and are thoughtfully utilized.
Our stewardship program involves thousands of Oregonians in on-the-ground work that improves the high desert for both people and wildlife.
Find the staff contact you’re looking for, or learn more about our team, our current job openings, and internship opportunities.
Meet ONDA’s board of directors, and learn about our members and supporters.
Get behind-the-scenes insight into some of our favorite projects and campaigns, and hear from passionate and eloquent storytellers. You’ll find more than a few unique characters and perspectives among ONDA’s supporters.
Look through our Wild Desert Calendars, check out our maps, read past issues of Desert Ramblings, and see recent media coverage.
Take a look at our key achievements since our founding in 1987.
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Fuel vital conservation work with a donation today. You can support the lands, waterways, and wildlife of Oregon's stunning high desert in many ways, from giving a gift membership to making a legacy gift.
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Ready to advocate for the lands and wildlife you love? Find out what you can do right now to help protect Oregon’s high desert for the future.
Get hands-on with ONDA. Whether you’d like to plant willows, pull fences, or represent ONDA at a outdoor festival, we have a wide array of options for you to pitch in and help.
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Taylor Goforth, Sage Society member
“I support ONDA on a monthly basis as a way I can keep in touch with the root of my conservation ethic and allow for their strong advocacy work to keep going. I count on them!”
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