Radicle Activist Training: Thinking Like a Forest Plan

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

All management in Mt. Hood National Forest is guided by its Forest Plan, which was adopted in 1990 when building roads that impact drinking water or imperil salmon was common, releasing significant amounts of CO2 from logging was an unknown concern, and all fires were supposed to be put out by 10 am the next day.

While the Forest Service lacks adequate funding to begin the revision process, Bark's Free Mt. Hood Campaign is laying the groundwork for a new Forest Plan that addresses climate change, minimizes carbon emissions and values management for carbon storage.

Join Bark's Staff Attorney and Policy Coordinator Brenna Bell for a training that digs deeper into the different components of how a Forest Plan works and together we’ll practice writing new standards and guidelines for a new Forest Plan to address the current ecological & economic reality.


This event will take place at Bark's office, 351 NE 18th Ave. Portland, OR on Nov. 8th, 2018 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Our office is ADA accessible, restrooms are gender-neutral, children and infants are welcome.