Bark?s Mt. Hood Timber Sale Review, Sunday February 10th!!
Never before has there been a forum to learn about ALL the logging on Mt. Hood and surrounding BLM land. The Forest Service has never done it. The BLM has never done it. But Bark is doing it this Sunday!
This for those of you who may have gotten involved with one or two timber sales on Mt. Hood but have been curious about all the other timber sale names we bandy about. It is also for those of you who haven?t been active with timber sales on Mt. Hood and are looking to find out what is going on and how to get involved.
At the review/revue we will:
- Review the status of all current timber sales on Mt. Hood National Forest and surrounding BLM land, including everything from sales in the very early stages of planning to those already auctioned and being logged;
- Explain ways you can get involved to help stop these sales;
- Provide time to sign up for particular areas of interest and to start coordinating with others interested in the same areas; and
- Enjoy some good music, meet friends we haven?t yet met and reacquaint ourselves with old friends.
Sunday, February 10
11 am to 3 pm
Southeast Multicultural Center
4610 SE Belmont ? 1st Floor
No charge ? but we will be accepting donations
Conveniently located next to the Horse Brass Pub
On the #15 bus line
Parking available in back
I. Welcome and Intro
II. NEPA Review
III. Timber Sale Review
A. Hood River District
B. Clackamas District: Oak Grove and Upper Clack
C. Clackamas District: South Fork, North Fork & Collawash
D. Barlow District
IV. Musical Interlude
V. Issues and ways to get involved
A. Ground-truthing basics
B. National Forest Protection and Restoration Act
C. Markets Campaign
D. Civil Disobedience
E. Survey and Manage surveys
VI. Small Groups / Informational Tables ? time to sign up for and learn more about the particular timber sales or issues you want to be involved in
For more information contact Bark: 503-331-0374 or Bark@SpiritOne.com
The Cascadia Forest Alliance will be coordinating carpools from Bark?s Mt Hood Revue to the Rally for
Justice! So, bring your signs, costumes, and spirit. Let?s let Justice Scalia know what we think of the way our public forests are currently being managed.