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Come learn, share, and connect with the community working to defend and restore our amazing backyard forest.
This event will include a presentation by David Lebo, Lead Botanist for the Mt. Hood National Forest, who is collaborating on a project with Bark and NPSO-PDX for the collection of seeds of plants which promote pollinators in our backyard forest.
Please join us for a talk and performance of traditional music by young indigenous organizer Jacob Johns, from the Hopi and Akimel O'odham tribes.
**This training is full. Please stay tuned for more upcoming training opportunities or contact email@example.com for more information about our Forest Watch program
Bark's mission includes actively growing the forest advocacy movement by giving people like you the tools and training they need to be effective forest defenders.
I am starting this year with a strong feeling that we as a community have the tools we need to tackle the challenges the coming year brings.
Join us on the second Monday of each month to discuss an ecological theme that pertains to Bark’s work on Mt Hood or seasonal skills to give the c
Crystal Clear Timber Sale
Crystal Clear is a 13,271 acre timber sale proposed in the White River watershed in Mt. Hood National Forest
Cooper Spur - Government Camp Land Exchange
In 2009, Congress passed a broad public lands bill that included a land exchange whereby Mt. Hood Meadows would transfer land it owned...read more
Hunter Timber Sale
Base Camp volunteers will visit the Hunter Timber Sale this summer. This is one of the largest proposals Bark has seen in Mt. Hood and...read more
Polallie Cooper II Timber Sale
On January 26, 2016 the Mt. Hood National Forest Released a...read more
Lemiti Butte Timber Sale
In response to concerns from Bark, Oregon Wild and several individuals, the ...read more
Nestle Water Bottling Proposal
Nestlé has proposed to bottle over 100 million gallons of water per year from Oxbow Springs, a publicly-owned water source in the...read more
Removing and Rewilding Old Roads
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