2019 "Dig Deeper" Series RSVP Form

Dig Deeper
Thank you for your interest in our 2019 Dig Deeper explorative series!

We invite you to "dig deeper" into some of the key issues in food and farming today, and learn how Wolfe's Neck Center is playing an important part in finding solutions.

Tuesdays this summer, monthly, 4:30-5:30 PM
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Wolfe’s Neck Center is set amidst a 626-acre agricultural campus of a unique mix of ecological systems: forest, marsh, pasture lands and four miles of coastline. In our 2019 Dig Deeper series, we will explore how good land and water management play a key role in the stewardship of these critical natural resources and the fight against climate change.

Pasture: How Healthy Soil Can Cool the Planet
Tuesday, June 18th

Joe Grady, Wolfe Neck Center’s Senior Director of Programs, will walk us through the pasture as we learn how grazing management and regenerative agriculture can capture carbon in the soil.



Forest: Managing Our Neck of the Woods
Tuesday, July 16th

Robert Bryan of Forest Synthesis will discuss a new the forest and wildlife management plan for WNC and what we are doing to keep our woods healthy, diverse and a welcome place for wildlife and birds.


Casco Bay Begins in Your Backyard
Tuesday, August 13th

Mary Cerullo, Associate Director of the Friends of Casco Bay, will talk about the impacts of climate change in our coastal waters, and how Mainers are addressing, mitigating, and adapting to changes in the marine environment. She’ll also go over what you can do in your own yard to help protect the Bay.


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