climate change

Thanks for a great People's Forest Forum

On a gloriously sunny Saturday, more than 100 people filled the Sunnyside Community Center to discuss the future of Mt. Hood National Forest at the People’s Forest Forum (event details below).  Attendees learned about fire ecology, the impacts of climate change on forests, how recreationists can become forest advocates, and why the outdated 27-year old forest management plan needs to change!

Analysis of New Threats to the Forest

Can we say unprecedented disaster?  The barrage of presidential Executive Orders and congressional actions is not easy to keep up with nor is it clear what to do in response. To help ease the overwhelm, I’ve distilled how recent national politicking may affect Mt. Hood National Forest and other federal public land.

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.

Our Forests are a Carbon Solution

Mt. Hood National Forest’s unique ecology makes it one of the most significant carbon sinks in the country, but the Forest Service continues to disregard the devastating effects of logging under the guise of restoration.

Oregonians Rally to Protect the Climate through Defending Forests

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Michael Krochta
Phone: (530) 902-9027
12/07/2015