Originally from north of Boston, I “discovered” farming after volunteering on a farm in 2009, and never looked back. My educational and professional journey since then has cultivated a deep passion for helping others experience that sense of wonder I discovered years ago through getting my hands dirty. I feel grateful every day that I can help move the important mission of Wolfe’s Neck Center forward. I hold a B.A. from Skidmore College, an M.S. in Leadership for Sustainability Education from Portland State University, and two Permaculture Design Certificates from Israel and Oregon.
When I’m not working, you can usually find me in my garden or exploring the Maine wilderness, spending time outdoors with my husband and daughter.← Back to Blog