Maranda Chung

Maranda grew up nearby, in Brunswick, and earned her Environmental Studies degree from Skidmore College in upstate New York. While at Skidmore, she conducted research to analyze local food systems, got her hands dirty in the school garden, and studied abroad in Tanzania, India, New Zealand, and Mexico. For the past 8 years, Maranda has led a variety of experiential education programs on the west coast, including redwood hikes, marine science excursions, cooking classes, school garden activities, and youth development programs. She happily returned to her home state in 2018 and is grateful to join the staff at Wolfe’s Neck Center. She is passionate about fostering curiosity, community, and connection to the natural world.

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