Author: Gena Goodman-Campbell | Published: April 27, 2022 | Category: Notes from the Field
ONDA’s stewardship director shares a report from a special desert stewardship trip where ONDA celebrated it’s 35th anniversary and put a record number of native plants into the ground. To get Notes from Field delivered to your inbox monthly, subscribe to ONDA’s e-newsletter.
As I drove out to ONDA’s 35th anniversary stewardship trip on the South Fork Crooked River, I realized that in 35 years my daughter, who was chatting away behind me in the backseat, will be the same age that I am now.
What will Oregon’s high desert look like then?
Seeing the progress ONDA’s stewardship program is making on the ground, I am filled with hope that Oregon’s high desert will be much more healthy and resilient in the years to come.
Here are five of the many highlights from this stewardship trip: