Blog

Explore the work we are doing, told through the stories of the people who make up the Wolfe's Neck community.
7 Questions You May Wonder During Lambing Season
This blog was written by Abigial, one of our farm apprentices. This spring gave apprentices an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of lambing season hands-on.
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A Note From Our Beekeeper
Have you ever wondered what happens to our bees in the cold winter months? Read on for an answer from Jen, our Education & Administrative Coordinator as well as resident beekeeper.
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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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