Forest policy training details and meet Courtney

Meet Courtney at tomorrow night's Rad◦i◦cle training, Introduction to Federal Forest more

Crash on Oregon 6Oregonian: Portland woman critically injured in Oregon 6 crash

Bark is saddened to learn that Mt. Hood Forest Supervisor Lisa Northrop was in a serious car accident over the weekend. Our thoughts are with her and her more

New Forest Service plan threatens old-growth protections

Can you come to a special meeting with the Forest Service on Tuesday evening, March 17th in Portland? more

Take action for the Northslope!

Where were you ten years ago? In 2005 Bark and the Cooper Spur Wild and Free Coalition were celebrating the cancellation of the Polallie-Cooper Timber more

Please welcome Governor Brown

Will Governor Kate Brown, sworn in yesterday, allow the State-Nestlé partnership to continue? more

Hikers in Mt. Hood National ForestBark hiring announcement and annual wish list

Financial contributions are precious to us. And we use them to protect Mt. Hood National Forest--not to buy office supplies at a more

Area affected by Borderlands billBad borderlands bill

What do gray wolves, wolverines, grizzly bears, ocelots and Sonoran pronghorn all have in common? more

Nestle wants this Oxbow Spring water in Columbia River GorgeState of Oregon considers new water giveaway

Nestlé's newest scheme will blow you away... please act today! more

Bottled water wars: Nestle's latest move in Cascade Locks sparks outcry from opponents

The water that gushes from Oxbow Springs is undeniably pristine, but no more so than the stuff that pours from Cascade Locks residents’ more

Voodoo Doughnuts for Bark

That's right!  Bark has worked with Voodoo Doughnuts to design this awesome Mt. Hood more

Bark Alert: January hike and more

Explore Bark's 100 field guides and ecology books during our new open library more

Hope for Mt Hood and beyond

How we went from a gag order in January to a change in public opinion in more

Official comment period ends Dec 31st

Right-sizing Mt. Hood's road network is the single most important restoration action the Forest Service can take . . . you have one day to make your voice more

How your donation protects Mt Hood National Forest

I've been told by many Bark members recently that they appreciate our tenacious focus on protecting Mt. Hood National Forest and making it a model for other forests. We dig deeper into the issues that matter, and we get more

189 free monthly hikes made possible by members

Bark-Abouts have introduced thousands of people to the forest, and to the unforgettable revelation that Mt. Hood National Forest is yours, and it is mostly more