Bark

Mission

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.

Bottom Line for Portland

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

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

Ecology Club: Public, volunteer-led discussion group highlighting compelling topics each month.

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

Free Mt. Hood: Volunteer-powered forest policy advocacy to prioritize environmental justice and climate resilience in the management of Mt. Hood National Forest.

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

the Understory Book Club: Volunteer study group that focuses on readings concerning history, culture, ecology, and economics that inform Bark’s approach to environmental advocacy.

Wetland & Beaver Habitat Restoration: Volunteer-powered fieldwork to mitigate local impacts of climate change.  

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“Bark has given me a way to transform my love for the forest into defense for the forest. Through their programming, I get to lead free public hikes, learn and share knowledge of forest ecology and policy, and train other volunteers. Bark helps me be a better advocate for Mount Hood National Forest.” —Mia Pisano

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Bark recognizes and is accountable to the historical fact that “environmental conservation” work is embedded in the white supremacist legacy of colonization: land theft, cultural erasure and genocide, and the systemic use of law to suppress Native sovereignty.

Bark affirms that these are the rightful homelands of the Multnomah, Molalla, Kalapuya, Chinook, Clackamas, Tenino, Wasco, Wishram, Paiute, and the many other Native people who live here and who have always lived here, who have always belonged to and cared for this land and whose bold resistance to colonial oppression should guide us all. 

As of 2021, Bark is in the process of revising our mission, vision and strategic goals to follow an environmental justice framework that centers the sovereignty of indigenous people and anti-racism in our approach to building the power of public influence.

Incentives

All donors receive 20% promo code at Straight Up Eco

Donors that give $20 0r more will receive 10% promo code from Worn-Path

 

Incentives from Wyld CBD
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$350 or more-Mix 24 pack of Wyld CBD Waters & Wyld CBD Gummies 500MG Variety Pack
*Once a tier is reached you only get that tier, not everything below it. 
*Incentives distributed by Wyld CBD 

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Business Partner(s)

Straight Up Eco- Woman-owned company committed to offering 100% natural body care products that are safe for the environment and waste-free.

Worn-Path- BE OUTSIDE. A store full of items for use in or inspired by a life outside of the walls we build... from clothes to books to knives to backpacks to skateboards to incense and more.

Wyld CBD- Delicious edibles and drinks infused with real fruit and broad spectrum hemp extract. All products manufactured in Oregon with flavors inspired by the region. 

$26,465 raised of $38,500 goal
393 donations
69% of Goal

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Year Founded: 1999

Tax ID: 931263288


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