Public Meeting Scheduled for Polallie Cooper Timber Sale

Today, the Forest Service released a date for a public meeting to address this controversial project: Wednesday, February 10 (exact time is TBA) more

Mark your calendars: Film Screenings, Trainings, Hikes and Events

I love being out in the forest no matter the season, but winter is a great time to learn about Mt. Hood's forests in the warm, dry Bark office!

Bark’s free activist training program, more

Forest RoadSummary of Mt. Hood's Travel Analysis Report

In December of 2015, the Mt. Hood National Forest released the conclusion to its Travel Analysis Process, entitled the Travel Analysis Report (TAR). This report outlines the forest's existing road system and identifes opportunities to achieve what the agency defines as a "more sustainable system of roads" more

Response to Malheur Refuge Standoff

As an organization committed to the very long road of constant negotiation over the future of our wild places and public lands, Bark stands with the many environmental groups and rural community members who do not welcome this hateful political crusade in more

Mt. Hood Releases its Long-awaited Travel Analysis Report

Forest Service takes a hard look at their road system and sees...opportunity?

The U.S. Forest Service is responsible for more than 8 times as many miles of road in more

Barkers Raise Their Voices for Protecting Mt. Hood Forests!

We're in our final push in our year-end fundraising efforts. Thank you to the many Bark supporters who have helped us reach our goal! Read some of the amazing testimonials that Barkers have shared with their donations this month. We have just over $3,000 left to go -- can you help us get there! more

Voices of Bark: Audie Fuller

Bark has supported me as an activist in my more

Voices of Bark: Caroline Chrysanthemum Fuller

I want to be an activist like my mom when I grow more

Ride On

While the Forest Service’s blank check approach to fire suppression is a problem that needs attention and creative solutions; none should include a mandate for increased, expedited logging on public lands. more

Mt. Hood National Forest in winterOur Forests are a Carbon Solution

Mt. Hood National Forest’s unique ecology makes it one of the most significant carbon sinks in the country, but the Forest Service continues to disregard the devastating effects of logging under the guise of more

Voices of Bark: Chet Lee

The most effective work takes more

Oregonians Rally to Protect the Climate through Defending Forests

Contact: Michael Krochta
Phone: (530) 902-9027
12/07/ more

Voices of Bark: Marco Johnson

Our friends at the Half Pint Cafe in SE Portland want to ensure that Mt. Hood's forests are more

Giving Tuesday!

Bark is setting our Giving Tuesday goal at $2,000. This is approximately the cost of running a year of Bark Abouts, our free, monthly public hikes. Let's do this!! more