Kate Sabino

Wolfe’s Neck Center is my eighth dairy farm and my seventh grazing dairy. I still have a lot to learn and I feel very fortunate to be working and learning under Ben, Steph, and the entire WNC dairy program. I was previously a Dairy Grazing Apprentice in 2019 before pausing my apprenticeship to pursue experience in large-scale food supply chains.

While apprenticing at WNC, I’m continuing to work in supply chain at General Mills. I’m excited to bridge my work at both organizations by getting my hands dirty in some regenerative agriculture research initiatives that Wolfe’s Neck Center and GMI are collaborating on.

Off hours, I can usually be found standing before the dairy fridge at Royal River Foods, agonizing over which kind of yogurt to buy this time.

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