Maranda Chung

I grew up nearby, in Brunswick, and earned my Environmental Studies degree from Skidmore College in upstate New York. While at Skidmore, I conducted research to analyze local food systems and got my hands dirty in the school garden. Since graduating in 2011, I’ve dedicated myself to the field of experiential education. I’ve led a variety of programs in northern California, including redwood forest hikes, marine science excursions, and cooking classes. I’m thrilled to return to my home state and join the talented team at Wolfe’s Neck Center.
In my role, I oversee our School Programs and summertime Farm Camp. I strive to create new programs that foster curiosity, community, and greater connection to the natural world.
When I’m not working, my hobbies include hosting potlucks and performing music.
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