makers & dreamers........

our farm in northern new york.......
Joe is a Marine Inspector by day - a very right-brained sort of job - and while he does love making sure ships and the seas are safe and clean...... his true love is getting his hands dirty and building anything. Wood, metal, clay, etc. Throwing pots has become his most loved creative outlet over the last few years and once we ran out of room on our shelves we began to sell them on the website and at local fairs. We upload a batch a few times a year and they always go very quickly. You can follow us on social media (see links below) for updates on pottery sales.
Stephinie is a Herbalist and Aromatherapist. She's spent the last few years studying these fields full time through many hours of apprenticeship programs, intensive classes & working at a local apothecary. She is passionate about local food and supporting wellness in her community. Her Community Supported Herbalism project began in 2016 and she now grows over two dozen varieties of medicinal herbs on their small homestead where she makes small batches of fresh herbal remedies, beauty care & soaps.
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All of our herbal goods are handcrafted in small batches with meticulous care. We use organic & ethically sourced ingredients whenever available. Our pottery goods are each a unique one of a kind piece. And when we find the time to add a few sewn goods to the shop, these same high standards are reflected in the quality & durability of each one.
Each item we offer is made with tremendous love and carefully packaged up and sent to you. If you ever have a question - ask us! We love hearing from you, and we think it's pretty amazing to be able to offer this kind of connection and communication with our customers.
Thank you for supporting small businesses. Whether it's us or one of our many friends - your dollars have the power to change the world. We think you rock!

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Right now, they live in the Southcoast area of Massachusetts on a small homestead with their family where they tend a prolific herb garden, a sweet flock of chickens, and a few beehives while they save money and work hard to build a small home on their farmland (in the above photo!) in upstate New York where they plan to move full time in the next two years. 

Follow their story on the family blog, Instagram, and Facebook for farm updates and homesteading adventures!