Equip a volunteer with field gear today!

The Forest Service just proposed the largest logging project in Mt. Hood National Forest that Bark has ever seen.Bark volunteers protect Mt Hood

Bark’s volunteer groundtruthers have snowshoed to some of the 13,000 acres proposed for logging and have found some amazing things, like an area that is home to 12 different species of conifers!

But we need more than data on tree species to compel the Forest Service to spare these forests; we need slope measurements, road alignment data, tree diameters, and more.

Help equip volunteer groundtruthers with the tools that they need this field season.

Last year Bark volunteers dedicated 1,100 hours to groundtruthing the forests you love. With $2,550 of new equipment, Bark will be able to gather data from thousands of acres of Mt. Hood forests.

Your donation of $50, $100, or $383 (REI’s sale price on the Garmin GPS we want) is the best way that you can help Bark protect Mt. Hood’s forests today.

Follow this link to donate and see the complete equipment list.

Thanks!