Maggie Gunn Ph.D.
4-H Youth Development Advisor & Interim Director, Elkus RanchCooperative Extension San Mateo-San Francisco Counties
1500 Purisima Creek Road
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Ph.D. Geography, UC Davis. 2015
M.S. Community & Regional Development, UC Davis. 2010
B.A. English, UC San Diego. 2007
Areas of Expertise (click to see all ANR academics with this expertise)
- Youth Development
- Community Development
- Social Learning in Agriculture and Food Systems
- Urban Agriculture/Local and Regional Food Systems
- 4-H Program
- Healthy Families and Communities
- Science Literacy in Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Nutrition
- Owens, P.E.; La Rochelle, M.; McHenry, J. (2015). Landscape stories: Unearthing the culture of California’s agricultural communities. Diversity and Design: Understanding the Hidden Consequences.B. Tauke. Routledge. 55-77.
- La Rochelle, M.; Owens, P.E. (2014). Poetic perspective, critical insight: A study of youth attitudes toward place and community. Sociological Studies of Children and Youth. 17:1, 27-62.
- Owens, P.E.; La Rochelle, M.; Nelson, A.; Montgomery-Block, K.F. (2011). Youth voices influencing local and regional change. Children, Youth and Environments. 21:1, 253-274.
- La Rochelle, M. (2015). Portrait of a learning farm: Re-rooting selves, natures and relationships. Doctoral dissertation. Davis, CA, ProQuest. https://pqdtopen.proquest.com/doc/1736050401.html?FMT=AI
ANR Workgroup Associations
- Science Education and Extension - Member