Keep the Owyhee Impeccable

Jamey Pyles

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Julie Weikel on Wilderness

Julie Weikel on Wilderness

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John Cunningham, ONDA member and volunteer

John Cunningham, ONDA member and volunteer

Restoration is hard slow work. It takes hold, or it doesn’t, in fits and starts. The immensity of the need can be discouraging, but we must carry on. I am so thankful ONDA carries on.

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Time Lapse: a night at Canyon Camp in six seconds

Time Lapse: a night at Canyon Camp in six seconds

Keep the Owyhee Impeccable

The U.S. Air Force has raced ahead with a controversial plan to intensify jet fighter training over Oregon’s high desert. Senator Wyden has proposed an amendment (SA 5916) to the […]

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Saving the Owyhee from Jet Fighters, Sonic Booms and Flammable Flares

Author: Mark Salvo  |  Published: November 1, 2022  |  Category: Coming Up File this under “looming threat”: ONDA has learned that the U.S. Air Force may release its final plan […]

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Seven Steps to Save Sage-Grouse

Author: Mark Salvo  |  Published: April 5, 2022  |  Category: Deep Dive After three and half decades of monitoring sage-grouse habitat, sorting through the science, engaging in innumerable federal, state […]

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Denny Jones Ranch Restoration

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Denny Jones Ranch Restoration

Denny Jones Ranch is a conservation property, east of Juntura, owned by the Burns Paiute Tribe. ONDA has been working with the Burns Paiute Tribe to achieve their restoration goals […]

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Trout Creek Group Monitoring Trip

Join ONDA to help us improve an important migration corridor in the Trout Creek Mountains. This trip will start a fence-line monitoring project to document barbed wire fences in the […]

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Wonders by Day and Night

Author: Scott Bowler  |  Published: January 14, 2022  |  Category: Where-to    A  month-by-month guide to appreciating Oregon’s high desert As the tenth largest state in the union, Oregon offers […]

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Small Splendors, Vast Landscapes

Continuing ONDA’s High Desert Speaker Series, Ellen Bishop will present “Small Splendors, Vast Landscapes.” Oregon’s deserts offer serene and yet provocative landscapes that invite contemplation. Yet sometimes, in viewing their […]

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10 Ways to Immerse
Yourself in the Desert

Author: Corinne Handelman |  Published: November 17, 2021  |  Category: Look Back Choose your desert immersion adventure  It’s officially “shoulder season.” Autumn is past its prime; winter hasn’t fully […]

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Essential, a film premiere

Save the date for the premiere of our newest short documentary, “Essential.” Oregon’s high desert is an arid landscape, defined by the scarcity of water, but that does not mean […]

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