Melody Larson
Melody first came to Wolfe’s Neck Center in 2019 as a Farm Camp Counselor and has found it hard to wander too far ever since. After graduating from Colby College in 2020 with a major in Environmental Policy, she was an educator for our inaugural Farm Discovery School that fall. In order to become a … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/melody-larson-3/">Continued</a>
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Tyra Parker
Tyra joined our team in February 2022 as Visitor Services Manager, in which she primarily oversees Wolfe’s Neck Oceanfront Campground. She has extensive hands-on experience in directing and leading large-scale operations, including affordable senior housing programs, both federal and state correctional reentry programs, recovery residences, battery intervention programs, permanent and supportive housing for homeless veterans … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/tyra-parker/">Continued</a>
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Tom Kelly
Vice President, Finance and Real Estate – Hannaford Supermarkets How did you first become connected with WNC? After moving to the area in 2017, my family’s first experience with the Center was hiking the beautiful trails. How do you hope to best contribute to WNC’s development through your tenure on the Board? I hope my … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/tom-kelly/">Continued</a>
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Paddy Fallon
Paddy Fallon is a longtime New Englander with ancestral ties to the Freeport-Brunswick area. Born in Pittsburgh, Paddy has lived in Massachusetts for 40 years and started spending time in Maine in the last few years. Paddy spent a large portion of his career at the intersection of printing, publishing, and technology before following his … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/paddy-fallon/">Continued</a>
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Hayes Heath
Hayes is a native of the New Gloucester area and comes to Wolfe’s Neck Center with a passion for agriculture. He grew up with an extensive garden and chickens, which taught him from an early age the importance of sustainably grown food. He has held a myriad of roles, from landscaping to construction to facilities … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/hayes-heather/">Continued</a>
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Elizabeth Tarantino
Elizabeth grew up just down the road from Wolfe’s Neck Center. She spent part of her summers during high school working at a small animal veterinary at her family’s homestead in Rome, Georgia. Spending time in Rome led her to apply to her grandfather’s alma mater – Berry College. At Berry, she attained a Bachelor … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/elizabeth-taratino/">Continued</a>
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Grace Codette
Hailing from Raymond, Nebraska, Grace started her Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship in 2021. Grace was introduced to farming by Ben Gotschall, Wolfe’s Neck Center’s current Dairy Program Manager, before he made the trek to Maine to start his position here. Ben is one of the best teachers Grace has ever had, so when Ben told Grace … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/grace-codette/">Continued</a>
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Maddy Nemec
Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., Maddy is more than just a chicken wing buff and devoted Bill’s fan. In 2018, she attended University of Plattsburgh in upstate New York where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies with a focus on nutrition and farming. During those years, she spent time playing rugby and working on … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/maddy-nemec/">Continued</a>
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Rian Wanstreet
Rian Wanstreet has spent the last six years researching the ramifications of new technologies on the agricultural sector at the University of Washington. She is a former affiliate at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, and a 2020 recipient of the Mozilla Open Science Fellowship, where she worked with global stakeholders to build … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/rian-wainstreet/">Continued</a>
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Nat Irwin
Nat joins us as OpenTEAM’s Tech Support Lead. In this new role, Nat will serve as a liaison between tech developers and on-farm tech users to help further OpenTEAM’s vision of a farm-ready, open source and interoperable tech ecosystem. Having grown up in New Hampshire, Nat is thrilled to return to northern New England. While he spent a lot of his childhood … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/nat-irwin/">Continued</a>
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