SOLD OUT: Dutchman’s Wood-Fired Bagel Making Class
Join us at Wolfe’s Neck Center for our very first Bagel Making Class! Led by the incredible bakers at Dutchman’s Wood-Fired Bagels in Brunswick, this class will walk you through bagel making from start to finish. Guests will learn important tips and tricks from professionals and even get a chance to use our wood-fired oven. Each … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/wood-fired-bagel-making-class/">Continued</a>
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Madeline Delaney
Madeline’s love of farming, working landscapes, and the agricultural community has guided her career in supporting a resilient and equitable food system. With a background in farming, she is deeply invested in farm viability, sustainable land stewardship, and building common ground through food. In her role as Marketplace Tech Coordinator, Madeline facilitates cross-organizational collaboration and … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/madeline-delaney/">Continued</a>
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Clemson Smith Muniz
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Emily Carville
How did you first become connected with WNC? I first became a neighbor to Wolfe’s Neck Center in 2004, after moving to Maine, while renting down on Lower Flying Point. In 2011, my husband and I returned to the neighborhood and purchased a home together on the same peninsula, intent on raising our family down … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/emily-carville/">Continued</a>
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Alex Intraversato
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Ellen Stern Griswold
Ellen Stern Griswold joined Wolfe’s Neck Center in December 2023 as the Director of Programs. In that role, Ellen focuses on the management and development of all of Wolfe’s Neck Center’s place-based programs, including agriculture, education, research collaborations, and visitor services. Prior to coming to Wolfe’s Neck Center, Ellen spent seven years at Maine Farmland … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/ellen-stern-griswold/">Continued</a>
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Karna Ray
Karna Ray joins us as the Northeast Markets Program Manager with a focus on ensuring a better future for marginalized communities through real climate initiatives. He is guided by the principle that positive change must primarily uplift the marginalized communities that bear the heaviest burdens of climate catastrophe. Karna is joining Wolfe’s Neck Center after … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/karna-ray/">Continued</a>
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Sunni Heikes-Knapton
Born in Norway and raised on her family’s farm in South Dakota, Sunni brings a passion for sustaining meaningful connections to important landscapes. Educated in biology and habitat management, she strives to support agricultural producers in their efforts to feed our communities while contributing to ecosystem health.   Sunni started as the Mountain West Markets Program … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/sunni-heikes-knapton/">Continued</a>
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Jessica Chiartas
Dr. Jessica Chiartas is a soil biogeochemist seeking to build bridges between science and industry, policy, and the populace. She received her PhD from the University of California, Davis, where she also served as a postdoctoral scholar and a fellow with the Innovation Institute for Food and Health. Her research has focused on the long-term … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/jessica-chiartas/">Continued</a>
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Aaron Kaczor
Aaron spent most of his childhood in North Carolina but moved up north to New Hampshire for his high school years and finally to Maine just after high school. He is happy to be helping the finance team as the Accounting Assistant while still attending school at Southern New Hampshire University with a Data Analytics … <a href="https://www.wolfesneck.org/team/aaron-kaczor/">Continued</a>
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