Bilingual Outings Field Specialist

Miranda Carreño

Miranda Carreño (She/They) (Ella/Elle) joined LandPaths in 2022 to be part of the Branching Out Conservation for Everyone initiative. She currently calls Southern Pomo ancestral and present day land her home. 

Miranda was born and raised here in Sonoma County. She grew up playing outside whether that was playing tag with the neighbors or going snail hunting around the apartment complex. She truly got to experience the outdoors in a different way when she was on a 24-day watershed course. She was sponsored to go sea kayaking, backpacking, and whitewater rafting. After that trip she began to pursue recreation as a career. Miranda believes recreating in the outdoors is a great way to become good stewards of our ecosystem. Some things that bring her joy are spending time with her sisters, kayaking her local watersheds, and eating some good food. 

Miranda started working in recreation at a young age. She’s learned that marginalized communities have been pushed out of enjoying the outdoors and has made it one of her life’s missions to get those communities back into those spaces. She is looking forward to working with the Latin community she grew up in through Vamos Afuera.  

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