Mark your calendars: Film Screenings, Trainings, Hikes and Events

I love being out in the forest no matter the season, but winter is a great time to learn about Mt. Hood's forests in the warm, dry Bark office!

Bark’s free activist training program, Rad◦i◦cle, offers trainings and workshops in forest ecology and grassroots organizing. We need passionate and knowledgeable volunteers working in our communities and out in the forest. Come to our office for Volunteer Orientation on Thursday, February 18th to find out more and be sure to share this invitation or bring a friend along! This event is a great way to find out the different opportunities for involvement and how your knowledge helps defend and restore Mt. Hood National Forest.

Thank you all for your end-of-year support! It was truly amazing to see the outpouring of support for Bark's work. If you didn't get to read the wonderful things people said about Bark as they donated, click here.

Below you will find the calendar of events for the next several months.

Wednesday 1.13 The Understory Bookclub
Friday 1.15 Kid's Night @ Bark
Tuesday 1.19 Film Screening @ Clinton St. Theatre: Medicine of the Wolf
Wednesday 1.20 Community Town Hall on the Climate Crisis
Thursday 1.21 Benefit to Protect Public Water film screening: Tapped @ Patagonia
Monday 2.8 Ecology Club: Wildlife Tracking
Tuesday 2.9 Wolves Return to an Altered World: Oregon's Predator Politics and Climate Change
Sunday 2.14 Bark About: Wildlife Tracking w/ Cascadia Wild
Thursday 2.18 Winter Volunteer Orientation
Friday 2.19 Kid's Night @ Bark
Sunday 3.13 March Bark About: TBA
Monday 3.14 Ecology Club: TBA
Thursday 3.24 Radicle Training: Intro to Forest Policy
Thursday 3.31 Radicle Training: Groundtruthing 101 - Fun with Maps
Friday 4.2 Radicle Training: Groundtruthing 201 - Fun in the Forest

You can subscribe to all of our events through the RSS Feed on our homepage.

Thanks for being part of such a vibrant, Mt.Hood-loving community!!

for the forest,

Jenny Leis
Membership Organizer