Heath's Greenhouse, Nursery & Farm
Owners, Tom & Melissa
Owner Tom Heath & Daughter Chelsea Heath Releasing Lady Bugs in the perennial garden.
Heath's Greenhouse & Nursery featured in
The Old Farmer's Almanac
Article: "Good Bugs in the Greenhouse"
From left to right, Jennifer, baby Jocelyn, Jordan, Jesse and Jeremy.
(Tom's daughter in law, grandchildren and son)
"The JJJJJ Family", now lives in North Carolina.
Dr. Jeremy Heath PhD, working in the lab
at Wright State University, 2014
Dr. Jeremy Heath, PhD. Entomologist (study of insects)
After graduating in December 2012 with his PhD in Environmental Science from Wright State University in OH, Jeremy Heath is now employed at North Carolina State University as a Post Doctoral Research Scholar. He is conducting research on the odors that moths and other insects use to communicate. He works in Dr. Coby Schal’s lab in the Department of Entomology. Jeremy is Tom Heath’s son and will be assisting us with our pest management. Tom will continue to learn from Jeremy’s experience and refer with him on any questions or for any information that may be needed to solve an issue.
Owner, Thomas Heath & Melissa Emerson
Tom Heath, owner/establisher of 'Heath Environmental Enterprise’ since 1972 and Heath's Greenhouse & Nursery which was established in 1989. Tom Heath is well experienced in Natural Pest Control Management with 25+ years of self-training. His experience also includes landscaping for 25+ years. Masonry, carpentry & woodworking for over 40 years. He built everything you see when you come to Heath’s Greenhouse & Nursery including the homestead.
Melissa Emerson joined the greenhouse in 1999. Having over 18 years of retail sales, customer service and experience in organic growing.
The Heath Ancestors
The Heath family has been growing all natural for over 100 years and maybe a lot longer. The ancestors of Tom Heath settled along the Connecticut river in Newbury, Vermont in 1762. The Heath descendants established the Heath Farm in Haverhill, NH in the year 1820 after leaving the ancestral farm in Newbury, VT and homesteading in Bath, NH for a few years.