road decomissioning

Good News for the Clackamas River

The Forest Service will contract with a local company to remove the roads, which means that we are creating jobs this summer for heavy equipment operators. Forest habitat gets restored, water quality is protected, and people get hired; Yahoo! It doesn’t get much better than that.

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 Oregon than ODOT.
Contact: Marla Nelson (651) 434-7737

Sandy Post: Bark, Forest Service partner to reclaim road for Mt. Hood National Forest

Bark, Forest Service partner to reclaim road for Mt. Hood National Forest

Created on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 12:42 | Written by Kylie Wray |
Read the original article here: http://portlandtribune.com/pt/9-news/282672-159000-bark-forest-service-p...

Volunteers gathered to plant more than 200 seedlings on decommissioned forest road.

Sandy Post: Erasing Any Trace

Bark has worked with the Forest Service for years to help evaluate and eliminate unneeded and harmful roads from Mt. Hood National Forest. Bark's Restoration Coordinator, Russ Plaeger, recently documented the decommissioning of old logging roads near the Old Maid Flat area accompanied by local journalists.