Pepperwood's mission is to inspire conservation
Pepperwood's 3,200 acre preserve serves as a refuge for over 900 species of plants and animals. We are leaders in ecosystem-climate research, producing critical science to help guide our region's natural resource management and conservation planning. Pepperwood also offers environmental education opportunities for all ages to cultivate an ethic of conservation in our North Bay region.
View presentations on fire ecology, building resilient communities and much more
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What's new at Pepperwood?
Pepperwood Field Notes
Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge into the world of Western science can present challenges to both Indigenous and Western scientists. Many of these challenges stem from a lack of understanding, miscommunication, and resistance to accept alternative forms of research and data collection. The Native Advisory Council at Pepperwood is instrumental in helping to bridge the gap between Indigenous and Western Science.Continue reading
We have a strong community of talented individuals and teams, champions striving for a more equitable and resilient future for our kids and our grandkids. Because resilience requires expertise from organizations with varying specializations to work collectively for solutions that unite and strengthen our community.Continue reading
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