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February 2022

Reclaiming Conservation

February 15 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Kicking off ONDA's 2022 High Desert Speaker Series is a conversation with filmmaker Faith E. Briggs. For years, Faith would run through the streets of Brooklyn each morning, before turning her attention to run 150 miles through three US National Monuments to assess the stakes of public lands conservation and what is lost if previously protected lands are reduced. This talk will feature a screening of her short film “This Land” and Faith’s personal story to share lessons learned as…

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Clarno Harvest #2

February 26 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Clarno Nursery Oregon United States + Google Map

Join the winter tradition of harvesting willows at the Clarno Nursery for use in restoration projects this spring!

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March 2022

Clarno Harvest #3

March 2 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Clarno Nursery Oregon United States + Google Map

Join the winter tradition of harvesting willows at the Clarno Nursery for use in restoration projects this spring!

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Small Splendors, Vast Landscapes

March 15 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Continuing ONDA's High Desert Speaker Series, Ellen Bishop will present "Small Splendors, Vast Landscapes." Oregon’s deserts offer serene and yet provocative landscapes that invite contemplation. Yet sometimes, in viewing their sweeping vistas, we overlook the details that provide insight to their origins. These micro views of a macro landscape tell stories of epic floods, volcanic explosions, violent storms and more, as well as providing an entree to wildlife that we may overlook. Ellen's image-rich talk is a guide to how…

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April 2022

Wildlife Migrations in the West

April 19 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

In the finale of ONDA's 2022 High Desert Speaker Series, professor Arthur Middleton will cover the basic ecology of ungulate migrations in the western United States. He'll then profile threats to these migrations, including climate and land-use change, as well as barriers to migration like roads and fences. With a nod to the future, Arthur will also discuss some emerging models and opportunities for collaborative conservation of important migrations — all more relevant than ever to Oregon's high desert and…

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