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Oregon Natural Desert Volunteer Work Trips

Where: Various locations throughout Oregon
When: Oct 05, 2012 to Oct 14, 2012
Contact: Jefferson Jacobs
Email: jjacobs@onda.org
On the web: http://onda.org/get-involved/volunteer/2011-volunteer-trips/2011-calendar-of-volunteer-work-trips
We are looking for groups and individuals

Save the Date, Save the Desert!

Here is the clearing-house for all of ONDA's 2012 scheduled Volunteer Trips and Events.

New opportunities often arise throughout the year: To keep up-to-date on opportunities with ONDA make sure you are receiving SAGEnet email updates from ONDA.

Read about our new trip "Difficulty Rating" system.

None of these trips fit your schedule? Or are you looking for another way to help protect and explore your favorite Wilderness Area or other public lands? Ask Jefferson about ONDA's new "Volunteer Wilderness Steward Program".

If you have questions contact Jefferson: jjacobs@onda.org

Logan Valley Riparian Planting

Difficulty Rating: 1
October 5 (Friday PM) to October 7 (Sunday AM)
Our first ever service trip in Grant County.  Help us restore critical riparian habitat in the Malheur National Forest by planting tree species to provide shade, reduce erosion and encourage beaver. Click HERE for additional trip details and registration links.


Pine Creek Conservation Area Backcountry Fence Pull #2

Difficulty Rating: 3
October 11 (Thursday PM) to October 14 (Sunday AM)
This trip will finish off the complete removal of a fence that was once a major barrier to wildlife movements between the Conservation Area and the Spring Basin Wilderness.  Click HERE to see pictures from a similar trip last year. Click HERE for additional trip details and registration links.

 

Cherry Creek Riparian Planting #2

Difficulty Rating: 1
October 12 (Friday PM) to October 14 (Sunday AM)

A huge proportion of our high desert streams and critical fish habitat occur on private lands.  This is a great cooperative project between the state, ONDA and the landowner to restore nearly two miles of critical habitat on this John Day Tributary. Click HERE to see pictures from our trip last year. Click HERE for additional trip details and registration links.

None of these trips fit your schedule? Or are you looking for another way to help protect and explore your favorite Wilderness Area or other public lands? Ask Jefferson about ONDA's new "Volunteer Wilderness Steward Program".

If you have questions contact Jefferson: jjacobs@onda.org

 

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