Bark Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Policy and Protocols

The purpose of this policy is to keep our employees and community safe and healthy in light of the unfolding novel coronavirus situation and with the acknowledgement that health is a community more

Comments Due to Protect Environmental Review

In short, the Trump Administration’s proposals to change the NEPA rules significantly exclude the public and the environment from the decision-making more

volunteer groundtruther writing on a clipboard in the snowy forestBark Alert: Watchdogs are Prepared, Whatever the Weather

This winter, all hands have been on deck to challenge the proposed Zigzag Timber Sale. Our volunteers have been busy groundtruthing in the snow, coordinating info sessions for the surrounding communities, and creating effective comments to defend this more

Bark is Hiring a Contracted Forest Watch Assistant

Bark is requesting proposals for a Forest Watch contractor to improve and assist in implementing the organization’s fieldwork and other volunteer more

Draft unit map of numbered, proposed logging units around Lolo Pass road and the 1825 roadComments Due on Proposed Logging in Upper Sandy and Salmon River Watersheds

Right now, the Forest Service is in the first round of public comments for the Zigzag Project. Please follow the link below to see some example Talking Points and submit your own comments, concerns, recommendations, and questions to the Forest Service in the early stages of the project more

image of mt hood across trillum lake, surrounded by coniferous forest and reflected in the lakeBark Alert: Sandy and Salmon River Ecosystems Threatened

Now, after a decades-long moratorium on logging, the Forest Service is under pressure to meet the Trump administration’s increased timber volume quotas with the proposed Zigzag Timber Sale and proposes to log mature forests in the upper reaches of the Sandy and Salmon river watersheds.​ more

Bark Alert: Keeping Pace with Climate Change

Over the years, you’ve heard a lot about Bark’s work to restore watersheds across Mt. Hood National more

Then and Now: Doing Good with Give!Guide

Big Give Day: Donate for a Chance to Win aTrek FX 1 Commuter Bike! more

two volunteers measuring the circumference of a large tree trunk in a field surveyDoin’ Good for Mt. Hood – From the Forest to the Courthouse

Read about Brenna's fight for the forests in court against the Crystal Clear Timber more

group of volunteers crowded around animal tracks in the grass with a diagram for referenceHow Can You Do Good for Mt. Hood?

Big Give Day: Donate for a Chance to Win the Powder Play Package! more

give!guide logo in bright yellow and sea foam greenDo Good for Mt. Hood!

Bark is in the 2019 Give!Guide! more

resurgence convergence logo showing a fist raised in protests growing out of roots in front of mountains and treesRecentering the Movement to Protect Forests Everywhere

Lessons from the North American Forest and Climate Convergence more

Members of Bark's canvass teamMeet the Outreach Team!

The friendly faces of Bark’s Outreach Team brings the latest on our work to defend and restore Mt. Hood National Forest right to the doorstep of your more

Base Camp Report Out and Upcoming Events

Post-Basecamp fuzzies plus upcoming opportunities to stay more

Base Camp Happening Now!

Join us in the forest for Base Camp August 20th – September 2nd! more