We produce small batches of raw, unprocessed, local honey. We follow best practices and don't use antibiotics, or harsh chemicals.
Our goats, Carlos and Posie are our unofficial mascots. We also keep bantam chickens, who lay fresh eggs daily.
Amy: I am a gardener, artist and clay sculptor. I do the artwork for our honey tags, t-shirts, and bags.
In 2011, after more than 20 years in Boston, we moved our family to 6 acres in Rye, NH, drawn to the idea of space by the ocean. In the city, we had a vegetable garden in the front yard, chard growing along the sidewalk and a permit for three chickens.
Rye seemed like a good choice for us, on the ocean with room to expand. We started with our "city" chickens and perennials, adding and bees in 2013, and goats in 2016. Sea Change Farm is a work in progress, 2019
included expansions of the bee yard along with pollinator and veggie gardens. Keeping bees is by far the trickiest thing that we do. It is really a labor of love. We are proud to have honey to harvest.