• Discover Nature lecture shares 10 years of bird monitoring

    Thank you to everyone who came out for this lecture! DISCOVER NATURE Tracking our Feathered Friends:  Bird Diversity Trends at Pepperwood Friday, September 15, 2017 Open house at 6:30, lecture starts at 7:00 $10 suggested donation at the door No reservations necessary Join staff members Michelle Halbur and Nicole Barden as you learn about the […]

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  • Dr. Micheli presenting at Marin Conservation League

    What are wildlife corridors? And why are they important? Find out at Marin Conservation League’s Business-Environment Breakfast on Friday, September 15th from 7:30-9:30am in San Rafael where you’ll hear from Pepperwood’s President & CEO Dr. Lisa Micheli! Lisa and the other panelists will share regional and local implications of wildlife corridors and highlight current projects—including […]

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  • TeenNat Experience: Sword fern monitoring

    TeenNat Alum Shania Hamid explains how Pepperwood interns are helping Save the Redwood league monitor the health of our iconic forests.

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  • Days of wonder and discovery: A volunteer introduction

    Mike Winter reflects on his volunteer experience planting native grass seedlings at a workday earlier this year.

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  • Deeper learning through journaling

    SRJC Student Blog Series: Denise Roumbanis shares the power of natural journaling for a deeper connection with nature.

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  • Join our team! Seeking a Program Associate

    Pepperwood is currently hiring for the newly-created position of Program Associate! This talented and database-savvy team member will be responsible for providing administrative support to the organization’s Operations, Development and Communications team. Click the link below for more information about the position and for application instructions. Pepperwood Program Associate Job Announcement

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  • Serpentine soils

    SRJC Student Blog Series: Elaine Hards explains serpentine soils and shares some of the unique plants that call them home.

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  • Dr. Lisa Micheli elected Fellow of California Academy of Sciences

    Pepperwood is excited to announce that our President & CEO Dr. Lisa Micheli has been selected as a California Academy of Sciences Fellow! She’ll be joining a group of distinguished scientists, nominated and elected in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the natural sciences. Fellows help the Academy extend its positive impact on research, public engagement, and education, […]

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  • Habitat fragmentation

    SRJC Student Blog Series: Sophia Drucker explains habitat fragmentation and provides examples of its impacts on plant and animal life.

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  • The importance of monitoring wildlife

    Michaela Bush, a Conservation Science Intern from the SRJC, shares her experience working on Pepperwood’s Wildlife Picture Index project and explains its importance.

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