The Juniper Paradox

Greg Burke

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Sarah Graham, Sage Sustainers Member

Sarah Graham, Sage Sustainers Member

“I contribute to ONDA monthly because it adds up to a larger annual gift than what I’d be able to comfortably afford if I were to do a simple one-time donation annually. I’m able to give more to ONDA this way and have greater impact which is important to me, and my dog Polly.”

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Elisa Cheng, member since 2013

Elisa Cheng, member since 2013

“ONDA stewardship trips inspire me. I get to learn new things and see new places, and in the process perform important work that improves the wildlife habitat.”

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Aaron Tani, Sage Society Member

Aaron Tani, Sage Society Member

“It feels good to support ONDA on a monthly basis, because I know they never stop supporting our public lands. ONDA works to help make our lands a better place for the future, and I feel like I’m a part of that every month with my support.”

The Juniper Paradox

Author: Gena Goodman-Campbell  |  Published: September 26, 2023  | Category: Species Spotlight This article originally appeared in The Source on September 20, 2023. Both iconic and beloved in Oregon’s high […]

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Bill to Conserve Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands Introduced in Congress

Author: Ryan Houston  |  Published: June 9, 2023  | Category: In the News Four years in the making, Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley’s bill could finally deliver protection […]

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Species Spotlight: Chokecherry and Blue Elderberry

Author: Elizabeth MacLagan  |  Published: May 18, 2023  | Category: Species Spotlight  Widely planted for habitat restoration, Chokecherry and Blue Elderberry are important species in the high desert ecosystem. These […]

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Species Spotlight: Lichen

Author: Scott Bowler  |  Published: March 13, 2023  | Category: Species Spotlight  Oh man, I’m liking those lichen! Lichen are both ubiquitous and highly diverse, yet little known and understood, […]

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A Dozen Desert Wonders

Author: Scott Bowler  |  Published: February 21, 2023 |  Category: Where-to This article originally appeared in The Source on January 11, 2023. Oregon’s high desert – that vast expanse of sagebrush […]

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Species Spotlight: Big Sagebrush

Author: Rachel Renne  |  Published: February 13, 2023  | Category: Species Spotlight  This article originally appeared in The Source on February 8, 2023. In May 2021, I hiked the entire […]

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Desert Wildlife

Author: Joanna Zhang  |  Published: January 18, 2023 Oregon’s high desert is teeming with a diversity of wildlife, including species that are found nowhere else on the planet. Living in […]

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Winter Trip Registration Opens

Start 2023 off right by joining one or more of ONDA’s winter stewardship trips to the Clarno Nursery on the John Day River to harvest willows and cottonwoods for planting […]

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Species Spotlight: Western Juniper

Author: Scott Bowler  |  Published: December 21, 2022  | Category: Species Spotlight  This article originally appeared in The Source on December 7, 2022. The ubiquitous tree that warrants a closer […]

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Recover America’s Wildlife

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