As a Pepperwood member, you’ll be part of a dedicated community that believes science, teamwork, and innovative solutions can save our Earth home.

Pepperwood Members on a "Wonders of Winter" Member's only hike.

Members on a Winter 2016 hike (photo by Kathy Haas)

Be part of the solution...

Everything we do is powered by members like you!

By lending support as a Pepperwood member, you're not only giving life to our mission, you're joining a community that is passionate about protecting the land, water and wildlife...

...and get member benefits!

Helping to care for the environment is just one reason to become a member. Here are a few more:

Exclusive hikes  You’ll get to explore some of the most beautiful, ecologically diverse, and least traveled areas of the preserve.

Special events Enjoy unique and inspiring events featuring local artists, scientists, and expert staff.

Discounts and early registration Don’t miss out! Members can sign up for classes, hikes and events first... always at a discount.

Pepperwood membership is valid for one year from the date of your donation.

Scroll down below the form to see our gallery of photos from the latest Members' Exclusive events!

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Highlights from our Latest Members' Exclusive Events

Wonders of Winter Hike: January 2020

Members investigating mosses and lichens during a Members' Exclusive Winter Hike 2020

Members & Stewards stop to discuss the impacts of the Tubbs Fire on this particular part of the preserve, located between the Dwight Center for Conservation Science and the Bechtel House.

Members & Stewards investigating animal tracks with Pepperwood Education Specialist, Holland Gistelli.

Members & Stewards check out the action at Turtle Pond.

Pepperwood Member examining different types of lichen.