Noda Farm and the Aidron Duckworth Museum

Celebrating Upper Valley farms and farmers in a great exhibition at the Aidron Duckworth Art Museum in Meriden NH. I was particularly impressed with what I learned about Lafayette and Mayme Noda. My latest piece on the DailyUV.


Maple Creemees and All Things McNamara

It is not often that I get to write about maple creemees and an art exhibition in the same post. Here it is:


Not-Green Things at the Norwich Farmers Market

Some Saturdays I take a gigantic tote to the farmers market and often don’t fill it, but I try . . . And I like the paying in cash. And the conversations. And the bumping into friends and acquaintances. Here is my latest on the Norwich Farmers Market.


Farm to Co-op to Table

I had the honor of an invitation to attend a meeting of the local Co-op Food Stores and the farmers who supply them with fresh fruits and veggies yesterday. It was a great opportunity to learn more about local farms and the people who own them and work there. Read about it here:


Image: Moving to Vermont (Again)

My article, Moving to Vermont, has been republished in print in Image Magazine, along with gorgeous new art.  The original version appeared online, without the beautiful photos, in American Vignette.  (Click on the highlighted section for link.)

Upper Valley residents, yes, this is on display at the coop checkout lines and throughout retail establishments.  By coincidence, the cover photo is of the town green of South Royalton, VT, home to my employer, Vermont Law School.

Cover, Image Magazine; inside, p. 79-82, new art for my essay

Image Magazine; inside, p. 79-82, new art for my essay