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. 

 

10/17/2022
Full time
Wolfe's Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment Freeport, ME, USA
Full Job Description POSITION SUMMARY Wolfe’s Neck Center is seeking an experienced, non-profit fund accounting manager, who is organized, creative and systems-oriented to serve as our Grants Finance Manager. This full-time, year-round position reports to the Director of Finance & Administration and works closely with staff across the organization to ensure that all restricted revenue is managed according to donor and funding agreements. ABOUT WOLFE'S NECK CENTER Wolfe's Neck Center is a nonprofit, farm-based education, research, and visitor center on a mission to transform our relationship with food and farming. By facilitating knowledge and best practice sharing, educating a wide variety of learners, and convening folks who care about the future of food, Wolfe's Neck Center aims to help make our food system a solution to climate change ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Overarching Responsibilities Oversee management of all grants restricted...
10/17/2022
Full time
Wolfe's Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment Freeport, ME, USA
Full Job Description As part of its mission, OpenTEAM leads the Alliance to Catalyze Transition Incentives through Open Networks for Climate Smart Agriculture (ACTION for CSA). The alliance offers the systemic tools and approaches necessary to catalyze change by operating in three areas simultaneously: equipping and training Technical Service Providers (TSPs) for CSA implementation, creating transition finance incentives for producers, and developing a robust and self-sustaining marketplace for climate smart commodities. Thanks to a new five-year grant funded initiative from the USDA Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities, the alliance will offer the resources necessary to implement CSA by training Technical Service Providers (TSPs), creating innovative transition finance incentives for producers of all scales to support this implementation and developing robust marketplace demand for climate smart products. This position will be responsible for successful...