Volunteer Resources

Find the information you need to jump into Bark’s work below.

Bark’s Forest Watch and Restoration work falls under two categories: Groundtruthing and Beaver Habitat + Wetland Mapping. Groundtruthing covers potential timber sales, post-logging monitoring, and firetruthing. Beaver Habitat + Wetland Mapping include surveying and logging wetland locations and beaver habitat restoration. Click on an event below for registration information and event details. Groundtruthing destinations will be updated as the event dates approach. We’re excited to see you in the forest!


Volunteer days, campouts, and trainings are on the calendar below for mid-April-August! Click on the events below to register and check back for further updates.

Contact Misha, Bark’s Forest Assistant, with any questions not answered below.

What to Expect on a Volunteer Day

Groundtruthing + Wetland Campouts 2022

This year we are having 4 free campouts in the Mt. Hood National Forest where campers contribute their time to help gather field information about the ecosystem surrounding Mt. Hood.