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Oregon Natural Desert Association, Inc.

aka ONDA   |   Bend, OR   |  http://www.onda.org

Mission

ONDA got its start in the mid-1980's, when a small group of desert activists joined together to advocate for the permanent protection of Oregon's high desert wildlands. In 1989, the organization was formally incorporated as a non-profit conservation group and since then we've emerged as a leader in efforts to protect High Desert lands and water from irresponsible livestock grazing, industrial development, mining, and geothermal development. ONDA uses education, litigation, and lobbying to achieve its mission and is one of only a handful of groups in the West focused on the protection of grasslands and desert waterways. ONDA has 5,800 members living throughout the United States.

Ruling year info

1994

Principal Officer

Ryan Houston

Main address

50 SW Bond St. Suite 4

Bend, OR 97702 USA

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EIN

94-3098621

NTEE code info

Land Resources Conservation (C34)

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Conservation

Oregon Natural Desert Association’s conservation program protects the most spectacular places in Oregon’s high desert, including such treasured spots as Steens Mountain, the Oregon Badlands, the John Day River, and the Owyhee Canyonlands. We support the fish and wildlife found within these wild areas, and we guide people in finding new ways to experience this rich natural legacy.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Oregon Natural Desert Association sustains and enhances the health of Oregon’s high desert through stewardship and restoration.

While much of our wild terrain is beautiful and pristine in many ways, human actions over time have negatively impacted some areas. ONDA takes a holistic approach to conservation in Oregon’s high desert, pairing intensive on-the-ground stewardship with efforts to protect large landscapes.

Population(s) Served
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Oregon Natural Desert Association, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 01/18/2024
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Board chair

Jim Stratton

Gilly Lyons

Natasha Bellis

Elisa Cheng

Steve Kallick

Michelle Smith

Monica Tomosy

Scott McCaulou

Terry Butler