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ONDA strives to provide citizens with the information and tools necessary to understand what is happening to their public lands.

Press Contacts

Brent Fenty
Executive Director
Phone: 541-330-2638
Cell: 541-678-1974
Dan Morse
Conservation Director
Phone: 541-330-2638
Heidi Hagemeier
Communications Coordinator
Phone: 541-330-2638
Ben Gordon
Stewardship Director/John Day Coordinator
Phone: 541-330-2638
Gena Goodman-Campbell
Central Oregon Coordinator
Phone: 541-330-2638
Corie Harlan
Owyhee Coordinator
Phone: 541-330-2638
Jeremy Austin
Hart-Sheldon Coordinator
Phone: 541-330-2638

Press Releases

Feb 12, 2016
Local birder shares his wealth of knowledge in next popular series event
The Oregon Natural Desert Association’s High Desert Speaker Series continues in Bend on March 15 at 7 p.m. when Chuck Gates, founding board member of the East Cascades Bird Conservancy, will present details of the lives and behaviors of the many fascinating birds that call Oregon’s high desert home.
Feb 11, 2016
As the media trucks pull out and the wheels of justice move forward, the Oregon Natural Desert Association vows to remain committed to the health and welfare of the Malheur Refuge.
Feb 01, 2016
The Oregon Natural Desert Association offers guided restoration trips throughout eastern Oregon every year. Registration for this year's slate of trips opens Friday, Feb. 12.
Jan 14, 2016
ONDA condemns the takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and adamantly urges our elected officials to take a leadership role in reaching a swift, peaceful resolution to this unprecedented act of hostility.

Press Clips

Nov 15, 2015
The Bend Bulletin
The Owyhee is a rare wild gem, and it needs to be protected for future generations.
Nov 03, 2015
The Argus Observer
A personal write up expressing the importance of protecting the Owyhee Canyonlands.
Nov 02, 2015
Statesman Journal
A photographer, Tyson Fisher, expresses his appreciation for the Owhyhee Canyonlands and urges Senator Wyden to step forward and make sure that the Owyhee remains intact.
Nov 01, 2015
The Argus Observer
Almost 15 years ago, Idaho’s Owyhee County Commissioners launched such solution-oriented discussions with the Owyhee Initiative, an effort to bring diverse parties together to talk about the county’s economic foundation of livestock grazing, wilderness, and Wild and Scenic rivers.
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50 SW Bond Street, Suite 4,
Bend, OR 97702
Tel: (541) 330-2638

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