For the last 30 years the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) and supporters have given a voice to the conservation needs of eastern Oregon’s high desert. Now a respected state and national leader in the public lands conversation, ONDA and its members remain steadfast in their commitment to protect, defend, and restore Oregon's high desert. 

While ONDA takes great pride in accomplishments like protecting over 200,000 acres of wilderness in eastern Oregon, another 8 million acres of high desert lands have wilderness qualities but are yet to be protected. Through a diligent focus on priority areas and backed by thousands of supporters, ONDA is a powerful voice for conservation of Oregon’s desert wildlands.