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Bark’s mission is to transform Mt. Hood National Forest into a place where natural processes prevail, where wildlife thrives and where local communities have a social, cultural, and economic investment in its restoration and preservation

Learn about the proposed amendment to the Northwest Forest Plan

Make your voice heard by submitting comments on the first amendment to the Northwest Forest Plan in 30 years.

Color photo of a group of Bark Volunteers posed for the camera sitting on a pile of logged, branchless trees. The looks on each of their faces are stern, as the entire scope of the camera is filled by these giant piles.

Join us for some community science this summer groundtruthing proposed timber sales and mapping beaver habitat & wetlands!

Bark defends the forests around the Clackamas River and provides free trainings, resources & tools to the community.

Solutions abound – we just need the courage, enthusiasm, and political will to implement change.

Learn more about the importance of beavers and why we need to bring them back to the 'Beaver State."

Bark affirms that these are the rightful lands of the Multnomah, Kathlamet, and Clackamas bands of the Chinuk, Tualitin Kalapuya, Molalla, Tenino, Wasco, Wishram, Paiute, and the many other Native people who live here and who have always lived here. These Tribal Nations belong to and care for this land and we honor these Nations’ continued existence and resilience, as their sacrifices are still ongoing. We acknowledge their long-lasting and tireless work to nurture, advocate, and protect these lands in the Pacific Northwest.