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Forest Policy 101

Bark's successes in protecting Mt. Hood forests and rivers are only possible because of our volunteer organizers, educators, and activists.

Summer 2017 Volunteer Orientation

Bark volunteers are concerned about the health of the forest, dedicated to developing their skills

Volunteer at the People's Forest Forum!

Calling all volunteers!

 

The People’s Forest Forum for the Future of Mt. Hood is happening this Saturday, April 15th and we need some helping hands to make sure all goes smoothly!

 

If you can help with any of the following tasks, please let Courtney know!

 

• Picking up snack donations around town (8:30-10:30am April 15th, car necessary)

Winter 2017 Volunteer Orientation

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.

Forest Dream Team

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.

Radicle Training: Intro to Forest Policy

Who makes land management decisions and what are their goals?How can we influence the management if we, the public, don’t like it? This training will answer all these questions, and more!

Base Camp volunteers protect and restore the Upper Clackamas

We’re now halfway done field-checking the project, and boots-on-the-ground in all the remaining units will help us make a strong case for protecting the most ecologically sensitive areas of the beautiful Upper Clackamas watershed.

Base Camp: Native Seed Collection for Pollinators

Join Bark and Walama Restoration for an exciting co-sponsored plant survey surrounding Mt. Hood!

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