Wolfe's Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment

A pioneer in sustainable agriculture since the 1980s and operating for decades as Wolfe’s Neck Farm, Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment (WNC) is a Maine-based nonprofit agricultural, education and research center.  Close to the greater Portland metro area and set on 626 acres of incredible beauty, WNC consists of a diversified working farm, as well as an oceanfront campground, miles of hiking trails and other outdoor recreational opportunities on the forest, marsh, pasture lands, and coastline. Our programs make full use of this unique mix of ecological systems and focus on connecting people of all ages to sustainable and regenerative agriculture. 

For over 50 years, our award-winning campground has welcomed happy campers from all over the world to our 626 acres and four miles of oceanfront at Wolfe’s Neck Center. Visitors to Wolfe’s Neck Center can choose from one of 150 sites, 3 cabins or several comfort camping sites for their overnight stay and also have the opportunity to rent a bike and/or kayak, enjoy a meal at the Farm Café and peruse the Farm Store where they’ll find local products, WNC meats and produce and other value-added products to help create an enjoyable experience while supporting our mission.


Wolfe’s Neck Center is seeking an experienced, organized, creative and energetic candidate to serve as our Campground and Visitor Services Manager.  This full-time, year-round position reports to the Director of Visitor Services and works closely with staff across the organization to ensure that the camping and visitor experience at Wolfe’s Neck Center is safe, fun, educational, and memorable.