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Community Collaborations

Cassandra Elizabeth Sears

Organic Gardener/Clinically Trained Herbalist/Apothecary Bartender/Elixir Bar Visionary for Herbal Cocktails

THE REMEDY COCKTAIL COMPANY

is a cocktail catering service,

ELEVATING your party with 

Apothecary Style Cocktails & Herbal Tonics

CELEBRATING and Enchanting Places

CONCOCTING Heightened Experiences

CULTIVATING Levity, Connection, & Authenticity

COLLABORATING with other small businesses, farms, and growers.

CHEERS & TO YOUR HEALTH!

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LoveJoy Meadow @ Shilo Farm

Friends / Collaborators / Dreamers / Manifesters

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Shilo Farm in Eliot, Maine, in partnership with LoveJoy Meadow, will be an incubator seed garden for Hearth.  Shilo Farm grows over 75 different medicinal flowers and herbs, and has just expanded their perennial row crops to over 5,700 square feet at LoveJoy Meadow… literally across the street! In this next year we’ll be building a drying room enabling us to become a primary herb supplier for Hearth’s Elixir Bar, as well as providing forages to elevate your most familiar comfort foods at Hearth’s Center Realm.

Think Tulsi, Rose and Hibiscus teas, Local Berry Bowls with goldenberries, blueberries and schisandra, Garlic Nettle soup or Roasted Sunchokes with spring chives and ramp butter!

We are a place to learn about, grow and seed plants that will enhance flavor and nutrition, farmers’ crop diversity, and agricultural resilience. 

Would you like to be a Supportive Farm Partner and expand into a new crop niche?  

If so, please let us know!

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JOHN HERMAN

Artist / Writer / Husband / Father / Actor / Teacher & Hearth's Logo Artist 

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After working with multiple individuals to try and capture the essence of Hearth, John stepped up to the task and after only two meetings he truly captured our spirit!  It’s been a pleasure working with him, while also witnessing ALL that he does for community. Please check out the Newmarket MillSpace Gallery of which John was a catalyst in helping manifest this gem for the Newmarket…and that is just the tip of the iceberg for all that he brings to the Seacoast!

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FLORA BOWLEY

Artist/Author/Gentle Guide/Hearth's Mural Artist  


Flora Bowley (pronounced bowl-lee) is an artist, author, and gentle guide whose creative process and soulful approach to living have touched thousands of lives.

Blending over twenty-five years of professional painting experience with her background as a yoga instructor, healer, and lifelong truth seeker, Flora leads popular in-person retreats and online courses around the world.  

In her most recent book, The Art of Aliveness, Flora explores the vast ways in which the principles of creativity can serve as fuel for a more alive and awakened way of living in the world – no paintbrushes required.

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MICUM DAVIS

Arborist/Maple Syrup Maker/Husband/Contributor to Hearth's Storied Wood

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Micum has been an integral part in bringing meaning to the Hearth build-out through WOOD WITH A STORY

Micum has helped to source the Beech wood from the South Church which will grace our Chocolate and Cafe standing bar. He has also contributed a walnut slab from Rebecca Emerson's yard and Ann Bliss' beloved pear tree (Thank you Ann for the generous donation of your beloved tree!).

Owner of Cornerstone Tree Care and co-steward to Fat Peach Farm with his wife Jennifer Wilhelm, Micum, is steeped in the community as an organizer and collaborator. Through his tree business, he is committed to exceeding expectations with extraordinary tree-care services while minimizing environmental impact through sustainable practices and eco-friendly products.

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Andrew Wallace

Boat Builder/Master Craftsman/Hearth's Millworker for all live-edge wood installations

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Andrew Wallace, founder of Traditional Boatworks in Eliot, has a love of wooden boats rooted in his Norwegian heritage. He began his initial training in traditional wooden boat building in 1994 at the Maine Maritime Museum's Apprentice Shop in Bath, Maine. 

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