Jazz Timber Sale

Jazz Timber Sale- a legal and ecological analysis

Please join Bark NEPA Coordinator and Staff Attorney, Brenna Bell, to learn about the imminent ruling on Bark's legal challenge to the Jazz Timber

Reportback and update from emergency protest to stop logging Jazz Timber Sale

Congratulations to everyone who turned out to demand the Forest Service halt logging on the Jazz Timber Sale!

Emergency Rally to Stop Mt. Hood Logging

Wear brown and show up at the Forest Service Regional Office in downtown Portland, 1220 SW 3rd (the Federal Building), from 2pm-3pm.

Emergency Jazz Timber Sale alert

Logging begins in the Jazz Timber Sale. Read this emergency alert to learn more and take action.

Bark Alert: Lawsuit on the Jazz Timber Sale, and welcome new staff

October 2013 Bark Email Alert

Bark Sues the Forest Service on the Jazz Timber Sale

On Thursday, July 25th, Bark filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service challenging the legality of the Jazz Timber Sale! The Jazz Sale proposes to log some 2,000 acres and rebuild 12 miles of decommissioned road, across 30 square miles of the Collawash River Watershed in the southern end of the Mt. Hood National Forest.

Bark Alert: Shocking news on the Jazz Timber Sale

October 2012 Bark Email Alert

Bark Alert: Make forest defense your New Year's resolution

January 2013 Bark Email Alert

Bark Alert: Bark is hiring and introducing Zombie Jazz

Defeated Jazz Timber Sale returns - "Zombie" Jazz

The Forest Service has issued a new Environmental Assessment (EA) and decision on the Jazz Timber Sale, just three short months after initially withdrawing the proposed sale in December of 2012.