Shape the future of the John Day River Basin

In the heart of the John Day country, the Prineville District of the Bureau of Land Management has drafted a plan to work with willing private landowners to acquire and consolidate public lands along the John Day River to ensure conservation of natural, cultural and historic resources while adding new opportunities for the public to swim, float, hike, camp, photograph, hunt and fish on the river. This is truly win-win-win situation: private landowners benefit, local communities that welcome visitors to the region benefit, and, we all — wildlife included — benefit by gaining more public lands for the common good.

Every voice counts in public lands planning, and we’re hoping to have hundred of people from this desert conservation community chime in with support for this proposal. Sign on to ONDA’s support letter now.

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Taylor Goforth, Sage Sustainers member

Taylor Goforth, Sage Sustainers member

“I support ONDA on a monthly basis as a way I can keep in touch with the root of my conservation ethic and allow for their strong advocacy work to keep going. I count on them!”

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Sage Steppes

Sage Steppes

listen

Great Basin Spadefoot Toads – a sleepy chorus

Great Basin Spadefoot Toads – a sleepy chorus