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10 days 'til Base Camp!

Audie, Base Camp Coordinator

Mt. Hood is more than just a pretty picture.

This summer we are asking Barkers: Why is Mt. Hood special to you?

Summer Base Camp: Session 2

Join Bark's groundtruthing and training camp-out along the Clackamas River, near Bagby Hot Springs. Learn how to field check a timber sale, and many other skills as we camp, work, and explore together in the forest.

Urban Farming and Climate Change

Do you want to grow your own food?
Join us and learn the best ways to do it!

You are invited to join Bark volunteers and supporters for a round table discussion about climate friendly food production.

Bark Community Space

Bark's headquarters are located in the inner east-side of Portland, OR and serve as a library, meeting and workshop space, and office for our staff. We are open 9-5 pm on weekdays. You can find more about our ongoing events such as a monthly Ecology Club and Kid's Night.

Join Our Volunteer Team

Have you been curious about how to get more involved with Bark this year? We have an upcoming Volunteer Orientation at the Bark office on Thursday, February 18th, 6-9pm.

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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.

Groundtruthing 201: Fun in the Forest

Prepare to delve into the proposed timber sale’s geography and ecology. We need good photos, good maps, and good people that know that area of forest well enough to show it to others. This training is intended for people interested in becoming actively engaged in this type of in-the-forest work with Bark, and requires no previous experience.

Groundtruthing 101: Fun with Maps

Groundtruthing involves documenting threats to public forests and finding inconsistencies between what the Forest Service says and what is actually

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