Author: Wolfes Neck

Season Extension Underway for the Teen Ag Program
It's a damp and overcast day in southern Maine – one whose rolling fog reminds us that despite the colored leaves still perched, we better not forget the onset of winter.
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The Great Fall Pumpkin
Fall is officially here and the pumpkin obsession has begun. This fall at Wolfe's Neck Farm, we are offering Pumpkin Hayrides, as well as offering a large selection of pumpkins grown and sold in the Teen Ag Farm Stand.
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Meet a Farm Camp Educator
When Hannah isn’t touring the education gardens with excitable young summer campers, you may find her at a local historical museum. Somewhere between these two spaces, this Farm Camp Educator has found her passion.
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Teen Ag Crew Field Trip of the Week
Last Friday, the Teen Ag crew traveled to the Packard-Littlefield Farm in Lisbon, ME.
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Tom’s Talk
In last week's Tom Talk I briefly touched on cover cropping as a means of weed management. This week we will dive into cover cropping and all of its benefits.
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Doing My Part
Gabriella discusses her involvement in the Teen Ag Program and volunteering at the first Farm-to-Table dinner, where much of the produce served was grown in the Wolfe's Neck Farm gardens.
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Tom’s Talk
Read this week's Tom's Talk to learn about how the Teen Ag crew keeps their weeds at bay.
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April Showers Brings…Patient Farmers
Happy spring everyone! Or at least I think it’s spring…the sun actually peeked out for about 4 minutes the other day and I got a raging sunburn.
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Not so “Newbee”
Book review by our resident beekeeper, who has navigated her way into the hobby through research, networking, and hands-on learning.
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February Camp Snowman
Down by the water, along the coast Came a call in the wind, But not from a ghost It traveled from the barn, For all to hear From the campground and trails, To anyone near.
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