Rad◦i◦cle: Volunteer Orientation

Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Are you interested in becoming more involved in Bark's work to protect Mt. Hood National Forest?  This introductory session is for you!

Bark volunteers are engaged, dedicated, and make a vital contribution to our work to protect the forests of Mt. Hood. Volunteer 'groundtruthers' get boots on the ground to survey thousands of acres of proposed logging projects, write public comments, and attend field trips with the Forest Service to proposed timber sales or other projects. The volunteer Events Committee organizes outreach and educational events. Monthly Bark About hikes have been led by volunteers for over a decade, and volunteers contribute to graphic design, web development, and more.

If you are interested in getting involved with Bark, please attend this orientation to see what our work is about, and to see if volunteering with Bark is for you!

When: 6-8pm

Location: 537 SE Ash, #206, Portland (wheelchair accessible).

We'll present a brief history of Bark and Mt. Hood National Forest, discuss the many volunteer opportunities and trainings that Bark provides through its Rad◦i◦cle Program, and help you find your niche in the organization.

For more information, please contact Bark at 503-331-0374 or contact michael@bark-out.org