• Press Democrat article features Pepperwood wildlife on rebound

    Deer photographed by Pepperwood wildlife camera after the fire. Nature is resilient! The Thursday, December 21, 2017 edition of the Press Democrat features a story about the return of wildlife to Pepperwood after the Tubbs Fire. Since the fire, our motion-activated cameras have documented bobcat, coyote, mountain lion and even bear! The story also covers findings from […]

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  • Registration now open for Spring 2018 classes!

    Pepperwood is open to the public through a wide array of classes, hikes and workshops. Registration for our Spring 2018 offerings is now available! Explore the post-fire landscape on a public hike, learn about fermentation at our Spring Retreat, stroll through our meadows on a wildflower walk, expand your knowledge of the natural world through […]

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  • Playing our parts

    Sandi Funke, Pepperwood’s Education Director, shares her personal story about the Tubbs Fire. Written by Becca Lawton.

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  • Dr. Lisa Micheli presents at WILD Napa, Weds 12/13

    Join Pepperwood’s President & CEO Dr. Lisa Micheli as she discusses Climate, Forests, and Wildlife on Wednesday, December 13th at the Napa Main Library, beginning at 7pm. Presented by the Napa County Resource Conservation District, this event is free and open to the public with no reservations necessary. Click here to learn more: http://naparcd.org/wild-napa-climateforests-and-wildlife/ We hope to […]

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  • Pepperwood presents to North Bay Leadership Council

    On December 7th, Pepperwood’s President & CEO Dr. Lisa Micheli gave a presentation entitled “What can we learn from nature’s resilience to fire?” to the North Bay Leadership Council, a nonprofit public policy advocacy organization committed to providing leadership in ways to make the North Bay sustainable, prosperous and innovative. Lisa discussed the historical role of […]

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  • Crisis and opportunity

    Celeste Dodge, Pepperwood’s Systems Ecologist, shares her personal story about the Tubbs Fire. Written by Becca Lawton.

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  • Your support mobilizes science for wildfire recovery

    This holiday season, we need your support to bring world-class science to bear on the many challenges facing our North Bay community during this period of recovery and renewal. Find out what your tax-deductible gift will support!

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  • Pepperwood featured in new Scientific American article!

    A new Scientific American article entitled Nature’s Response to the Catastrophic California Wildfires discusses the impacts of the Tubbs Fire on Pepperwood, how the landscape is recovering, and how Pepperwood and our partners are learning from this rare opportunity to study wildfire. Click here to read it.

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  • New Bay Area Greenprint conservation tool uses TBC3 data

    Greenbelt Alliance just launched their new web-based Bay Area Greenprint tool, which provides planners, conservation practitioners, and community members with a way to access and visualize data related to biodiversity, habitat, agriculture, water, carbon, and recreation. Its goal is to help highlight and quantify the many benefits that open spaces and agricultural lands provide to our […]

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  • Pepperwood fire update – November 17, 2017

      We’re grateful for YOU! In our latest update, Pepperwood’s President & CEO Dr. Lisa Micheli shares how much we appreciate your support in the wake of the fires. Michelle Halbur, our Preserve Ecologist, shares her personal story. And we introduce Kelly, our newest team member. An excerpt is below, and you can click here […]

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