Piper Dumont

As an educator and agrarian, I seek to cultivate connections with the land and the people living on it. Equipped with a B.A. in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic and an enduring sense of wonder, I’ve worked with youth in a variety of settings from the Allaghash to the Appalachian Trail to NYC public schools. My passions eventually led me to Columbia University’s Teachers College to earn a master’s in International Educational Development with a focus in Peace Education. While in the New York City, I was involved in urban agriculture education. I am thrilled to be back in Maine as a part of Wolfe Neck Center’s inspiring work and exciting growth.

When I’m not working, I am usually going on daily explorations of the woods with our dog and 9-month old, and, purportedly, making progress on my dissertation.


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