Who Are We and What Are Our Goals?
The Redwood National and State Parks social media team is a handful of seasonal and permanent park interpreters who volunteered to help. If you visit the Thomas H. Kuchel or Hiouchi Visitor Center, chances are you could be chatting with one us. Some of us are millenials, some of us have worked in parks across the country, some of us are managers, some of us are just starting off. All of us love sharing the parks with you.
Our social media program is very much field-driven. It runs on our passion to educate, connect, and inspire a global audience to be park stewards who support the mission and goals of the parks.
As "resource interpreters", we create different communication products to connect the public to the myriad of cultural and natural resources and their inherent meanings found in Redwood National and State Parks. Park interpretive themes help guide us with the social media products and in-park educational programs we offer daily. By crafting different posts, by asking engaging questions, by connecting different communities we hope that our social media platforms are places where diverse audiences can learn about these redwood parks, get accurate information, share their stories, and be a part of something positive and meaningful.
We hope it's fun too!
Last updated: August 30, 2019