bark abouts

August Bark About: Volcanoes and Glaciers of the PNW

Join us in-person on a hike through sections of the PCT to discuss Oregon's geology and the volcanics of Mt.

Free forest activist training, book club, Free Mt. Hood committee and more!

Whether you are a past, current, or future volunteer, thank you for showing up for Mt. Hood’s forests, waters, wildlife, and the communities of people who benefit from this vibrant ecosystem!

Update: April Bark About "Hike": Forests and Climate Change

Under the circumstances, our free monthly hikes into Mt. Hood National Forest have changed format!

Resources for Exploring

Making a personal connection with our public lands is the first step to advocating for their protection. Want to get into Mt. Hood National Forest yourself? Join one of the many local organizations offering public hikes to Mt. Hood, catch a ride via public transit, or find resources for daily car rental and ride share!

Report Back: Bark hike to Hipo Timber Sale

The October Bark Field trip was to the Hipo timber sale, one of four sales sold as part of the Hilynx Timber Sale