giving ancient trees a voice
Trees are the planet’s oldest living creatures. Their beauty inspires us and their presence sustains our wellbeing. A world without them cannot survive. The BARKED project protects them and their legacy. Join in our efforts, donate, or buy something from our store. Together we can save these ancient treasures.
BARKED founder Robert Ouellette travels the globe documenting big, ancient trees. Their bark embeds the complex history of thousands of years of growth. The unique barked images are time machines to a past world, one that existed before massive change.
The barked images are available in a number of different formats. Supporters of our mission can visit the barked shop for T-shirts, posters, cards, and other special items. Fine-art collectors and institutions interested in carrying our work can contact us for more information.
Support our work. Gift an ancient tree.
our biggest, oldest, and most revered trees are at risk . . . watch the video
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the circumference of a 2,000 year old Lebanese Cedar saved by Queen Victoria
explore the surviving ancient trees we’ve visited so far,
or click on a pointer below to visit that tree
Blue Gum Eucalyptus, Carmel, California