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September Bark About Hike: Mt. Hood Mosses

Join us on our September Bark About to explore the mysterious world of mosses!

August Bark About Hike: Intro to Backpacking

Have you been curious about backpacking, but intimidated by all the details? Going for a hike is a great way to plan a backpacking trip!

*FULL* July Bark About Hike: Pollinators of Mt. Hood

Due to USFS limits on a group size entering wilderness areas, this hike is now full.

June Bark About Hike: Crystal Clear Timber Sale

Now that the snows have melted, join us for our June Bark About to the proposed Crystal Clear Timber Sale, a 13,271 acre project in the White River watershed, southeast of Mt. Hood.

March Bark About Hike: Place and Belonging

On this hike we will explore a timber sale through the lens of ecology, wildcrafting and storytelling in our quest to re-inhabit the land as one way to make it through these troubling times.

February Bark About Hike: Wildlife Tracking

This month Bark and Cascadia Wild are teaming up to lead a winter tracking hike in Mt. Hood National Forest.

POSTPONED: January Bark About Hike to the Molalla River

*Due to the winter snow warning and unanticipated snow levels in the foothills, this hike is postponed. Please take extra caution this weekend and stay tuned for more Bark events later this month!*

Radicle Training: Intro to Forest Policy

Who makes land management decisions and what are their goals?How can we influence the management if we, the public, don’t like it? This training will answer all these questions, and more!

December Ecology Club: Climate Change in the Forest

Forests are where we choose to fight climate change because the trees and soils of the Pacific Northwest have incredible potential of mitigating its worst effects.

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