Podcast: I’ll Go If You Go

Welcome to I’ll Go If You Go, a Save the Redwoods League podcast. Through conversations with emergent outdoor leaders and our partners each month, we’re building community and illuminating how Californians from all walks of life think about and experience nature and conservation—in the redwoods and beyond. I’ll go if you go. Because when we explore together, in community, the experience is all the more powerful.
Hosted by Leslie Parra. Theme song by Nhu Nguyen.

Episode 1

Miguel MarquezFor our first episode, Save the Redwoods League Outreach Program Manager Leslie Parra (she/her) rings in the new year with Miguel Marquez (he/him)—Oakland born, and raised by the local redwoods. He talks about the role that his Mexican-American heritage and family time in redwood parks played in developing his love for nature and ultimately his career path as a ranger who has worked for the National Park Service and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. He shares why representation matters, and what aspiring nature protectors of color can do to represent. Follow Miguel on Instagram @mggy1. Enjoy!

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