What we eat and how it is produced really matters.

We Farm on Abenaki Land.

Farm Store

Check out the Farm Store in the tent behind the campground office. The Farm Store is open seasonly May through October.

Stop into our Farm Store, featuring our organic produce and pasture-raised meats. We also have a tasteful array of Maine maple syrup, honey, jams and other local products.

Hours of Operation
Sunday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

Maggie Mae's Outpost at Wolfe's Neck Center Farm Café

Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment is proud to be partnering with Maggie Mae’s of Yarmouth for the 2023 season! The Farm Café you know and love will become Maggie Mae’s Outpost, featuring to-go items like salads, sandwiches, charcuterie boxes, cookies, whoopie pies & Toot’s ice cream.


Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm


Pasture-Raised Meats

Our diversified livestock are free-range, raised humanely on lush oceanfront pasture free from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. They are an integral part of our regenerative farm plan to keep our grasses vegetative and productive, our soils healthy, and our farm land utilized to its fullest potential.

Our Own Organic Milk

Our Organic Dairy Research and Farmer Training Facility is proud to be a milk supplier for Stonyfield. Additionally, Wolfe’s Neck Center Farm Store is stocked with fresh, whole milk from our cows to you! This non-pasteurized, non-homogenized, non-heat-treated, “raw” milk is available in pint and quart containers. Purchases of our raw milk supports our farmer training programs, which educate and prepare the next generation of climate-conscious farmers.

“Raw” milk has been shown to protect important enzymes that help your body digest lactose. Because it is easier to digest than pasteurized and homogenized milk, some customers can’t get enough!

Community Supported Agriculture

CSA shares have become a popular way for farms to market their wares directly to local customers. Typically, members buy a “share” of the farm’s production for a season. Shareholders receive a portion of the harvest as the season progresses. It can be a great way to connect with and support local farms and farmers!

Community Gardens

Wolfe’s Neck Center operates a Community Garden here on our land. If your backyard is too small for a garden, plant your crops in ours. Community gardening is a great way to grow your own food, interact with other gardeners and enjoy the natural beauty of Wolfe’s Neck.

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