• Prescribed grassland burn on Tuesday June 18, 2019

    Public Service Announcement: Prescribed grassland burn at Pepperwood Preserve on June 18, 2019 Cal Fire will be conducting a prescribed burn at Pepperwood on Tuesday, June 18. Ignition time will be between 10am and noon depending on fuel moisture. This will be our third prescribed fire to reduce the presence of the non-native invasive weed, […]

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  • Architectural illustration of the new Visiting Scholars’ Center prepared by Mithun.

    Our New Buildings: State-of-the-Art Sustainability

    Our Rising from the Ashes campaign is an opportunity to construct new facilities that will be a showcase for state-of-the-art sustainable design.

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  • Press Democrat features Pepperwood Green & Fire Resilient Rebuild

    Check out the recent story on Pepperwood’s rebuild efforts featured on the front page of the Press Democrat. The online story includes a slideshow of images taken at Pepperwood after the fire as well as renderings for our future green and fire resilient facilities!   Read the online version of the Press Democrat article here.

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  • Honoring Our Roots: An Exhibition of Pomo Basketry, on display at the Pepperwood Gallery

    Artistry, Tradition, and Nature Define Pomo Baskets Honoring Our Roots: An Exhibition of Pomo Basketry, on display at the Pepperwood Gallery from April 18 through July 12, 2019, is a magnificent showcase of 30 historic and contemporary Pomo baskets drawn from the personal collection of Peter and Kirsten Bedford of Napa. In partnership with the […]

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  • Pepperwood at public Fire Resiliency Summit, Weds. 2/20, 6-8pm

    Pepperwood President & CEO Dr. Lisa Micheli will be a featured panelist at a Fire Resiliency Summit hosted by North Bay Congressmen Mike Thompson and Jared Huffman on Wednesday, February 20 from 6-8pm at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building, 1351 Maple Ave. The event is free and open to the public. During the event, Dr. Micheli […]

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  • Why wildlife corridors?

    Our Conservation Analyst Dr. Morgan Gray shares a landmark Pepperwood study on the importance of wildlife corridors as climate change puts increasing pressure on our wild neighbors.

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  • SRJC student advancing post-fire redwood research

    Santa Rosa Junior College student Angela Brierly shares her experience as Pepperwood’s 2019 Barnhart Intern, as she works to assess the impacts of the Tubbs Fire on Pepperwood’s redwoods.

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  • Creating more “green time” with kids

    Pepperwood Education Specialist Holland Gistelli shares the benefits of spending more time in nature for kids, and provides ways to get outside more with your family.

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  • Healing through poetry

    Pepperwood Steward and member Natasha Granoff shared two heartfelt poems as part of the Part of The Legacy Project, an ongoing series of readings and events with Sonoma County Poet Laureate Maya Khosla.

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  • Fire watch cameras installed at Pepperwood

    Exciting news! Yesterday, a crew led by University of Nevada Reno came up to install the first of two fire watch cameras at Pepperwood. The second camera is going in today. The Press Democrat and News of the North Bay both came out to do stories, and you can view the coverage below. Funded by […]

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