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

From a Red Tree Vole

Hi, I'm a red tree more

Bark volunteers measure DBH in Mt. Hood National ForestGroundtruthing Isn't Easy

 I've measured tree after tree, mapped streams and wetlands, tracked signs of wildlife, and climbed up and down steep ravines to see with my own eyes the full breadth of what will be lost if a sale goes through. I now know what "forest health" proposals really mean in 2018. And I can tell you it's quite different than what my former self and most other people more

two beavers near a stream David MoskowitzCould Beavers Save Us?

Beaver dams create wetlands that help decrease the impacts of floods, recharge drinking water aquifers, protect watersheds from drought, decrease erosion, remove toxic pollutants, create habitat for threatened salmon, and much more! more

The Results are In. Now the work Begins.

Voters didn’t get the chance to weigh in directly on the future of Mt. Hood National Forest on Election Day, but if we had, I have no doubt that those of us who live in the communities that surround these water-filtering, carbon sequestering, literally life-sustaining forests would have made the right choice! more

Tending Tomorrow: Bark's Winter Fundraising Campaign

Ecological tending is the sustained, reciprocal interaction between people and forests. It requires applying oneself to the essential care of something by working with its natural tendencies without inferring control over more

Application Period Extended for Exec. Director and Development Director

Bark seeks to add staff members who thrive in brave spaces, working with diverse co-workers, volunteers, and community more

Base Camp After Party!

Friday, October 12, 2018
6:30 PM PDT more

Bark Signs onto Letter in Support of Tongass Roadless Rule

"We are writing on behalf of our millions of members and supporters to voice our strong opposition to any exemption or exceptions to the Roadless Area Conservation Rule (Roadless Rule) in Alaska or elsewhere." more

Barking Up Our Own Tree

Bark’s Board, staff, and volunteers are renewing our commitment to root out oppression in all it forms throughout our organization and our work, and we are asking for your support. more

Bark is Back in Court

For the first time since 2013, Bark has filed a lawsuit against Mt. Hood National Forest in federal court. On Monday, Bark, together with Cascadia Wildlands, WildEarth Guardians and Oregon Wild, challenged the Crystal Clear Restoration Project which is slated to log almost 12,000 more