Kaiti Davis

Kaiti’s childhood in North Carolina was punctuated with camping trips to the Blue Ridge Mountains, picking peaches and muscadine grapes, moving box turtles from the middle of the road and exploring the woods behind her house. Being outside has always been a soothing and healing tonic from her and she’s enjoyed sharing that with friends and family, especially kids. Kaiti graduated with her B.S. in Outdoor Experiential Education from Appalachian State University tucked away in the mountains of North Carolina. After graduation, Kaiti promptly moved to Maine to work as an Educator at Baxter State Park. Kaiti fell in love with Maine’s wildness and knew that all paths would eventually lead her back here. After educating and farming up and down the East Coast for nearly ten years, Kaiti’s path lead her to a farm in Maine. Kaiti joined the Wolfe’s Neck Center team first in 2020 as a seasonal Educator and now has transitioned to a full time role as Farm and Garden Coordinator. In this role, Kaiti connects Farm Camp kids and visitors to Wolfe Neck’s Centers’ farming landscape and practices. Wolfe’s Neck Center has provided Kaiti the perfect opportunity to combine her two passions of farming and teaching. To be able to do it on such beautiful property is her absolute dream!
When not at Wolfe’s Neck Center, you can find Kaiti roaming the woods and coastline, weeding her garden, picking flowers, or drinking tea and crocheting.
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