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Bark Base Camp Volunteer Planning Meeting

Bark Dugout, 351 NE 18th
351 NE 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97232, US (map)



Volunteer to support Bark's Base Camp! Attend this planning meeting on Monday, August 7th from 6-8pm at the Bark Dugout: 351 NE 18th Ave in Portland.

All are invited to this meeting who are interested in helping plan our Base Camp, which will be out in the forest August 24th – September 7thin the Crystal Clear Timber Sale.

At this meeting, we’ll share information and answer questions about the camp. We will also provide a list of roles which we’ll be trying to fill relating to camp outreach, logistics, and donations. This is a great way to plug into Bark's work this summer and get involved. Help us make this camp the best one ever!

Bark is awesome! Bark is the resource for community action to protect Mt. Hood National Forest and surrounding federal lands. We prioritize grassroots organizing and believe in the power of an engaged public. We recognize that the forest should thrive not just to provide resources for the human community, but also for the inherent value of nature itself. We maintain an organizational culture that is transparent, inclusive and cooperative, where volunteers, staff and board work together to realize the vision of Bark.

What does BARK stand for? Bark’s name originates from the barker, who stands before the public and uses persistent outcry to call attention. We are a group of barkers, ensuring that the public hears about all events, good and bad, occurring in the Mt. Hood National Forest.