Meet our Staff & Partners

Andrea Tomlinson (General Manager)



 My name is Andrea Tomlinson and I am the General Manager of NH Community Seafood, since March 2015.  I attended the University of Miami and then transferred to UNH where I graduated with a BS degree in Marine Science. I have been working in the field of Marine Science for over twenty years. My employment in NH has included the UNH Jackson Estuarine Lab, the UNH Coastal Marine Lab and Great Bay Aquaculture (GBA was the only commercial marine fish hatchery in the US), where I began my career in finfish aquaculture. 

Drawn to philanthropy, I spent my post-graduate years doing community development work in Jamaica and later moved on as Nursery Manager on one of the largest and most successful tilapia/freshwater shrimp farms on the island. With this experience, I started my own seafood distribution business in Jamaica, delivering locally grown shrimp and fish to Jamaican-owned seafood restaurants and hotels. I soon realized that selling local seafood was not only a form of income, it was a passion!

In 2002, I moved back to New Hampshire and eventually back to aquaculture at  GBA, where I took on both an administrative managerial role and began working in sales. With the unfortunate closing of this facility in 2012, it was time to get creative with my second passion, organic farming. Having  grown organic chickens for the prestigious Farm to Table restaurant, Blue Moon Evolution in Exeter as a part time hobby, this became a full time endevour.

I am a true supporter of the local food movement and keeping NH grown food and fish in NH! I believe in these times of over industrialization and a lack of understanding about where our food originates,  we need to revisit the logical purchasing practices of our foreparents and buy our food from people we know, close to home!

I look forward to leading NHCS forward with continued success and hope to help alleviate the financial constraints put on our local fishermen by supporting their livelihood, a vital part of our NH culture.

Emma Frampton (Delivery Driver)

My name is Emma.  I'm 21 years old and live in Newcastle, NH.  Being the daughter of a lobsterman, the ocean has always been a part of me.  From crab hunting on the beach as a kid, to hauling gear on the boat with my dad, I love it all.  Other activities I enjoy would be sports, either playing or watching will do.  I am so fortunate to live in a place as special as the New England Seacoast.  I could not imagine myself living anywhere else.  


Josh Wiersma and Sarah VanHorn (Co-Founders)

 Josh Wiersma and Sarah VanHorn co-founded NH Community Seafood in 2013. Sarah now resides in the Virgin Islands and is sadly missed. Josh resides in Massachusetts and remains a Board Member of NH Community Seafood.

Brookford Farm

We partner with Brookford Farm for several of our pick-up locations. Often times members of the CSA will also become members of our CSF. We are grateful and appreciative of the entire staff at Brookford Farm and thank them for their support!

Brookford Farm is a diversified organic farm, located in Canterbury, NH that offers nutritious food for your entire diet.

• Grass-Fed Dairy Products
• Certified Organic Vegetables
• Pasture Raised Pork, Beef, and Broilers
• Pasture Raised Eggs
• Farm Grown/Stone Milled Flour
• Artisanal Bread
• Organic Maple Syrup

Brookford Farm's CSA is a
year round experience.
We offer three seasonal sessions:
Summer – 20 weeks – June-October
Fall/Winter – 20 weeks- October-March
Spring – 12 weeks- March-June



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