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Information about volunteer opportunities in Oregon's high desert and other ways to get involved in ONDA by taking action or becoming a member.

Conservation in Oregon’s High Desert Needs You

Fence Pull
Fence pull veterans in the John Day.
Photo: Alan Butler
ONDA offers many ways to get involved in vital conservation efforts.

You can sign up for a restoration work trip. You'll make an immediate positive impact by removing obsolete fence that impedes wildlife, planting trees, observing wildlife or monitoring critical desert public lands. 

You can take action
to make sure that elected officials know how important Oregon’s wild desert is to our quality of life.

Senator Wyden in the Badlands
Senator Ron Wyden speaks to Badlands supporters.
Photo: Bruce Jackson
Your advocacy efforts protected the Oregon Badlands Wilderness. More than 3,000 letters sent to Senator Wyden asking him to protect the area made this campaign a success.

You can become a member
. Your donation fuels the work and strengthens our political might. Already a member? Make a special gift whenever you are inspired by Oregon's desert.



Or, attend an event, purchase a Wild Desert Calendar, share photos on Flickr, join our Facebook community, or stay in the loop with Sagenet email alerts.

However you chose to support conservation in Oregon's high desert, THANK YOU!

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Oregon Natural Desert Association
50 SW Bond Street, Suite 4,
Bend, OR 97702
Tel: (541) 330-2638

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