We seek individuals with a passion for sustainable agriculture, community, the environment, and outdoor recreation. We hire individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, including the natural sciences, agriculture, humanities and education.
Wolfe’s Neck Center supports a more equitable and just food system for all and works towards creating a more inclusive farm learning and working environment for those who are historically and currently under-supported in agriculture. This includes but is not limited to women, people of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals, veterans, low-income individuals, people of diverse religious and non-religious affiliations, immigrants, and asylum seekers.
Wolfe’s Neck Center follows Maine CDC guidelines for COVID-19 protocols and expects all employees to be willing to adhere to those safety measures.
We offer on-site housing for many of our seasonal education positions. Please note in your cover letter if this is something that is of interest to you.
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