Oregon Natural Desert Association sustains and enhances the health of Oregon’s high desert through stewardship and restoration.
While much of our wild terrain is beautiful and pristine in many ways, human actions over time have negatively impacted some areas. ONDA takes a holistic approach to conservation in Oregon’s high desert, pairing intensive on-the-ground stewardship with efforts to protect large landscapes. ONDA partners with land management agencies, private landowners, and tribal entities to undertake long-term restoration projects to improve land, waterways, wildlife and communities in Oregon’s high desert.
ONDA leads four main types of stewardship work:
Read on to learn about what’s involved with each type of work and to learn about the wild places where we’ve made a long-term commitment to restoration.