Kari Jenkins

Kari hails from smack-dab in the middle of the United States—central Kansas. In her twenties she transplanted to Boulder and earned her B.A. in Environmental Studies, focused on youth development and sustainable food systems. While in Colorado, she continued to develop her passion for sustainable food systems, community and youth engagement through teaching and environmental work. Many travels and several states later, Kari decided to call Maine home!

Kari started at Wolfe’s Neck Farm as a Summer Educator. Her passions for Wolfe’s Neck lead into her current capacity as our Youth and Community Programs Manager in 2014. She’s thrilled to be at the farm and play an integral role in our growing education programs!


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