Dedication Listing

Western Philosophy Series No. 22 Stoicism

August 8th, 2012

Western Philosophy Series No. 21 Diogenes the Cynic

August 1st, 2012

Western Philosophy Series No. 19 The Essence of Aristotle

July 11th, 2012

Western Philosophy Series No. 17 Aristotle’s Logic

July 11th, 2012

Food Revolution, 1992

April 14th, 2010

There is a  REVOLUTION in the air. Not a revolution of generals and armies.  It is more Copernican than that.  It is a revolution of our THINKING. Thinking that knows good food comes from GOOD FARMING, and good farming depends on a healthy environment; thinking that knows it is not possible to produce truly nurturing […]

I Am America July 4, 1993

April 14th, 2010

I Am America I am filled with mountains and lakes and rivers and brooks and forests and grasslands and deserts and wildlife Wonder I am beautiful And I am home and hearth to people who nurture their children and honor their parents, who work hard and are generous and thoughtful and caring and whose hearts […]

Public Notice: June 16, 2006

April 23rd, 2009

Public Notice   Friday June 16, 2006 Waitsfield, VT               Yesterday at 9:30AM the Washington County Sheriff’s Department hand delivered an injunction to American Flatbread Co. and George Schenck.             “This matter, having come before the court on the application of the commissioner of the Vermont Department of Health for temporary injunctive relief…”             […]

Political Food, July 19, 2008

March 3rd, 2009

  Political Food   Food is important. Its consumption is essential to our health and vitality.   More thank anything else we do, its production, processing, and distribution affects our environment.   It is around food we so often gather in the warm company of family and friends, and share in what is best of […]

The Medicine Wheel Bread Story

February 24th, 2009

I remember the afternoon I walked by the Shriner’s Burn Institute for Children in Boston, MA. I looked up at the windows and tried to imagine what it was like for the kids inside; working to get ell; struggling with their fears; some literally fighting for their lives. My heart ached for them. How could […]

Punctuated Equilibrium Flatbread

January 20th, 2009

The name of this flatbread elicits more questions than the name of any other. Why?  What does it mean?  Who was Stephen Jay Gould? My academic training is in the life sciences, so I have a bent toward scientific principles.  It was in these studies that I was introduced to the biological logic of organic […]