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Ruby Creek Riparian Planting

Ruby Creek (Malheur National Forest)

Riparian plantings are a great way to improve fish and wildlife habitat. They provide cooler water for native fish and increase a landscape's capacity to store and clean water. This project involves planting native riparian species such as willow and cottonwood along the banks of Ruby Creek, Bear Creek, and Butte Creek, all tributaries of […]

Beech Creek Riparian Planting

Beech Creek Ranch (Burns Paiute Tribe) Mount Vernon, OR

Join ONDA in a riparian planting effort in partnership with the Burns Paiute Tribe to improve native fish habitat on Beech Creek, a tributary of the John Day River.

High Desert Hootenanny: Portland

KEEN Garage 515 NW 13th Ave, Portland, OR

Join Oregon Natural Desert Association’s annual celebration of desert conservation! Raise a glass to celebrate the wonders of Oregon’s high desert and recent conservation success at ONDA’s High Desert Hootenanny […]

2023 Wild Desert Calendar Release Party

Immersion Brewing 550 SW Industrial Way, Bend, OR

Join us in celebrating the release of ONDA’s Wild Desert Calendar at Immersion Brewing Barrel Room! Meet photographers featured in the 2023 calendar and enjoy an evening with drinks and photographs from local artists and community members. Images will be available for purchase. This event is free and open to all. We hope to see […]

High Desert Hootenanny: Bend

Aspen Hall 18920 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend

Join Oregon Natural Desert Association board, staff and supporters in celebrating the many high desert conservation successes you achieved in 2022! Come to Aspen Hall in Bend on Friday, December 9 to hear highlights from this year's habitat restoration, advocacy and community-building initiatives and learn about what's to come in the year ahead.