Bark has joined the Stand4Forests movement!

We are thrilled to see the unification of local forest groups from all across the country, leveraging their local and place-based expertise to create a movement that reaches Washington more

Spring Volunteer Opportunities

Ready to schedule some quality time with Bark? more

Love Snow? Here Are Bark's Favorite Snow Hikes

Our favorite Mt. Hood wintertime hikes! more

Gnarl Ridge fire near Tilly Jane areaBark's Policy on Forest Fire and Ecology

Read Bark's Fire Policy, background information, and fire science resources.

You can read an abbreviated version of Bark's Fire Policy here and find the full policy including background information and a list of fire science resources in the document linked below. more

Joining Bark at an Exciting Time

Like the forest ecosystem we strive to protect, Bark has experienced a transformational year of both challenge and opportunity for more

Bark Statement of Solidarity with Wet'suwet'en Nation Against Pipeline

Bark stands in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en nation against TransCanada’s Coastal Gaslink Pipeline, and denounces the violent actions of the RCMP and Canadian government. This is an  issue close to many of our hearts. We ask that TransCanada and the RCMP end the attack on Indigenous people defending their land and more

Learning from the Burned Forest

The kids of Cascade Locks will be telling their stories about the Eagle Creek Fire their whole lives. Because of this day in the forest together, their stories are transforming from fear and devastation to excitement about a forest more

An interview with our new ED: Nakisha Nathan

After an epic interview process, we are thrilled that Nakisha has accepted our offer. With years of experience as an organizer and leader in environmental advocacy, education policy, and racial justice; we cannot wait to see where she will lead us! more

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Comment Writing Workshop: North Clack Timber Sale
Tue, Mar 26th at 5:30 pm

Want to participate in making an impact on how the U.S. Forest Service manages forests surrounding Mt. Hood? The 30-day public comment... read more

Free Mt. Hood Campaign Committee
Wed, Mar 27th at 5:45 pm

This volunteer committee will meet monthly throughout the campaign. Jump in at any time :).... read more

Radicle Training - Groundtruthing 101: Fun with Maps
Thu, Apr 4th at 6:00 pm

Groundtruthing involves documenting threats to public forests and finding inconsistencies between what logging plans say and what is actually occurring on the ground.... read more

Radicle Training - Groundtruthing 201: Fun in the Forest
Sat, Apr 6th at 9:00 am

This will be the second part of our April Groundtruthing training. We will learn to safely navigate our way through the forest with basic map and compass skills, play detective amongst the trees, and learn to see all the things that make an ecosystem healthy as well as the problems associated with proposed logging... read more

April Ecology Club: iNaturalist: A Window into Biodiversity
Wed, Apr 10th at 6:30 pm

Do you want to learn more about local flora and fauna? Are you interested in supporting biodiversity monitoring on local and global scales? Come explore iNaturalist, a fantastic community science tool for all levels of naturalists and nature lovers.... read more

Radicle Training: Intro to Forest Law and Policy
Thu, Apr 11th at 6:00 pm

Do you ever wonder why logging can happen in National Forests, but not National Parks?... read more

April Bark About Hike: North Clack Timber Sale
Sun, Apr 14th at 9:00 am

Join hike leaders Audie and Tara on our April Bark About hike to the proposed... read more


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Returning to the controversial Jazz Timber Sale

"It doesn't even look like a forest!"