Emily Lane

Emily attended the University of New Hampshire and earned a double major in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems, as well as EcoGastronomy. During her time as a student she served as a food pantry volunteer for students and local community members, worked in the UNH organic high tunnels, taught students in Italy about agriculture, and created the first farmer’s market at UNH. Emily’s love of farming started in 2014 when she worked on community gardens in low-income neighborhoods across the United States. She is passionate about bridging the gap between local food systems and community. She is beyond excited to spend her first season at Wolfe’s Neck working with the JCs and the rest of the staff on the farm!

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