Staff

Michael Catania,  Executive Director

 

Operations

Jon Wagar, Deputy Executive Director

Jack Floersch, Manager, Facilities

Kathleen Kincaid, Office Manager

Heather Kelco, Administrative Assistant

Dan LenzoManager, Public Safety

Urwashi Singh, Manager, Logistics

William Wilson, Manager, Public Engagement & Cafe

Holly Cumberbatch, Recreational Services Coordinator

Jamie Riker, Motor Pool Coordinator

Linda Samper, Safety Coordinator

Debbie ThomasVisitor Services Coordinator

 

Programs

Nora Wagner, Director, Strategic Planning & Programs

Clifford Berek, Manager, Volunteer Resources

James Hanson, Manager, Digital Media & GIS

Tanya Sulikowski, Manager, Programs & Community Garden

Sam Wolfe, Programs Assistant

Kirsten Holt, Manager, Education & Interpretation

Jon Dugan, Visitor Education Coordinator

Melissa Almendinger, Community Garden Educator

Joanne Vogel, Environmental Educator

 

 

Natural Resources and AgroEcology
Thomas Almendinger, Director, Natural Resources and AgroEcology

Ronald Dziembowski, Manager, Sustainable Agriculture

Charles BarrecaManager, Ecological Stewardship

Michael BellausEcological Specialist

Ronald T. Dalrymple, Manager, Designed Landscapes

Callie Valent, Native Nursery Coordinator

Duke Farms

With more than 2,740 acres, Duke Farms is one of the largest privately-owned undeveloped properties in New Jersey.


Jobs at Duke Farms

 

Part Time Seasonal Visitor Education Assistant 

 

Student Conservation Association 6-Month Internship

The 24-week opportunity of Student Conservation Education Intern at Duke Farms was created to assist the Duke Farms Education Team in engaging with the public for scheduled and spontaneous educational opportunities and to aid in the development of interpretive areas on the property.  This internship is tailored for individuals with some experience in the environmental field, who are ready to take a leadership role in natural resources, interpretation and visitor education.

 

Student Conservation Association 16-Week Internship

The 16-week opportunity of Student Conservation Education Intern at Duke Farms was created to assist the Duke Farms’ Education Team in engaging with the public for scheduled and spontaneous educational opportunities and to aid in the development of interpretive areas on the property.  This internship is tailored for individuals interested in learning about and exploring careers within the fields of natural resources, interpretation, and visitor education.

Volunteer at Duke Farms

please view our VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES.

or CONTACT US for more information.

 
 
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