Judge approves massive Mt Hood logging

A federal judge approves logging in the 2,000 acre Jazz Timber more

Yakima Herald: Rising fees on public lands taking a toll

Two unrelated developments — one in Congress, the other in the courts — could make it more expensive for campers and others to recreate on public lands. At stake, some say, is nothing less than equal access to national parks and more

Ruling makes your camping trip a lot more expensive

This week a federal judge made a ruling that allows for private companies to charge for recreation on public lands. Learn more below, than contact the House Natural Resources Committee before Friday, April 4th, asking them to protect recreation more

Bark Alert: Act now for nationwide wolf recovery

March 2014 Bark Email more

Special Alert: Wolf Tracks on Mt. Hood

A wolf track was found on the eastern flanks of Mt. Hood National Forest, according to a new report from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. This confirms what attendees on Bark's more


BMP Training: Post Logging Monitoring
Sat, Apr 19th at 9:00 am

This training is now full. Please check out our other upcoming events for chances to get out into the forest with us!.

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A working field trip to the Jazz Timber Sale
Sun, Apr 27th at 9:00 am

Visit Unit 18 of the Jazz Timber Sale to see on the ground what is at... read more

May Bark-About Hike
Sun, May 11th at 9:00 am

For our April Bark-About we will be joining long time Barkers Lola Goldberg and Brenna Bell for a family friendly hike. Witness the... read more

Crash Course in Botany
Thu, May 15th at 6:30 pm

In this interactive presentation join Bark volunteer Gradey Proctor as we explore the terms and tools one needs to properly ID plants in... read more

Volunteer Orientation
Tue, May 27th at 6:00 pm

Bark volunteers are engaged, dedicated, and make a vital contribution to our work to protect the forests of Mt. Hood. Volunteer '... read more

Bark TV

Background on the controversial Jazz Timber Sale