Our Work

We are working to create place-based, regenerative agricultural solutions to climate change driven by an educated consumer base, connected farmers, and a thriving food producer community.

Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment is a nonprofit, farm-based education, research, and visitor center situated on over 600 acres of coastal farmland in Freeport, ME. Wolfe’s Neck Center is on a mission to transform our relationship with farming and food by facilitating knowledge and best practice sharing, educating a wide variety of learners, and convening a community of people who care about the future of food.  

From farmers to consumers to businesses, a whole system approach is necessary to adequately address the complex problems we are facing.

This looks like:

Demonstration & Education Farm

Utilizing our unique campus to educate, support, and connect farmers, consumers, and food systems leaders by hosting apprenticeships, internships, on-farm workshops, and educational programs.

Farmer Networks

Facilitating regional networks of farmers and agricultural service providers to connect and share knowledge and resources, as well as to promoting farmer-to-farmer relationship building around climate change adaptation and resilience.

Monitoring & Research Hub

Serving as a monitoring hub and convening research collaborations to build knowledge on climate resilience and environmentally-sound land and livestock management practices.


OpenTEAM is a community of researchers, farmers, and organizations working collaboratively to create shared values, build community, and connect technology to move regenerative agriculture forward.

Visitor Experience

Convening and engaging visitors to connect them to the source of their food. Whether eating a meal at our Farm Café, walking on our trails, or spending the night with loved ones at their campsite, Wolfe’s Neck Center aims to make an impact on each and every visitor.

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