Wolfe Tone

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Wolfe Tone was formerly the Maine State Director for The Trust for Public Land. Wolfe’s professional carrier spans the spectrum of private, public, and non-profit sector experiences in water quality and watershed protection, land use planning, and conservation real estate – the thread always being a personal vision for a healthier, resilient environment and sustainable communities for future generations. He was with The Trust for Public Land for over 15 years, first starting as a project manager in Ohio. Wolfe joined the Maine office in 2004, and assumed the role of State Director in 2009. Wolfe is a graduate of Kenyon College and earned a Master’s degree from Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Today Wolfe combines extensive experience in conservation real estate with a passion and understanding of the value of connecting people with the land and experiencing our natural environment. No place is this connection more meaningful to him than Maine’s High Peaks. An avid skier and fisherman, Wolfe’s teenage twins have grown up skiing at Sugarloaf; his daughter is part of the Carrabassett Valley Academy family. Wolfe believes the splendor and opportunity of the Maine’s High Peaks are equal to anyplace in the world.