We are committed to supporting Maine’s future by training new farmers, researching soil health, and using this place as a space for hands-on learning about where our food comes from and why our food choices matter.
“We had our son come home excited to tell us about his day. He was so excited, he was bursting with stories to tell us (not just one story per day but multiple). The stories were positive, kind, and about learning/fun. First camp where all the kids were kind in his group (no name calling, teasing) and no hands on from any of the kids too. As a parent, it was wonderful to have camp educators provide eye contact with parents and camper, introduce themselves and be welcoming/friendly.”
“A pretty special camp that teaches kids how important the sourcing of our food is and how important kids can be in leading the charge to protect our resources. We’ve talked a few times how *fortunate* we are to have access to a place such as Wolfe’s Neck.”
“Being able to help take care of chickens and cows, and get their hands in the soil, in the tide pools, or on the trees in the woods, sometimes all within a single day at camp – it truly does not get any better than that.”
“Kids came home bubbling with new information!”