All of Bark’s programming is free and open to the public.

Forest Watch

Groundtruthing: Volunteer-powered timber sale monitoring and response to reduce negative impacts of logging on the ecosystem.

Forest Policy Advocacy: Use data collected in the field to put pressure on forest managers to reduce logging.

Road Recovery: Help us push the Forest Service to prioritize decommissioning unused roads in Mt. Hood National Forest.


Beaver Surveys: Get trained in beaver habitat surveys to help the population of this important keystone species bounce back in Mt. Hood National Forest and surrounding areas.

Wetland Mapping: Volunteer-powered fieldwork to survey and classify wetlands and mitigate local impacts of climate change.

Parrott Creek Project: Partnership with Parrott Creek Child and Family Services to restore an 80-acre site for use by Indigenous and POC communities


Bark Outs: Guided, educational day-hikes in Mt. Hood National Forest every second Sunday of the month.

Inner Bark: Public, volunteer-led discussion group highlighting compelling topics each month.

Rad◦i◦cle Activist Training: Bark’s activist training program to provide resources in community organizing, forest ecology, and policy.

The Understory: Book club devoted to environmental literature beyond the typical canon of white, western, male, and scientific writing