Charles Butterfield holds graduate degrees in biology-teaching (American University) and English (Middlebury Bread Loaf School of English). During his thirty-eight-year career teaching science, he published articles in the journals of the National Association of Biology Teachers and the American Chemical Society. His textbook, Values and Biology, was published by J. Weston Walsh in 1983.
Butterfield also taught English at Nathaniel Hawthorne College and Southern Vermont College. His poems have appeared in small-press journals and in two books of poetry, Another Light and Field Notes.
Charles and Nancy Butterfield live in Hinsdale, New Hampshire, on a large, second-growth farm which they have protected through an easement with Monadnock Conservancy.
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Seeking Parmenter book launch event
For our Seeking Parmenter book launch event, author Charles Butterfield took us on a walk through Butterfield Farm and pointed out several things discussed in the book—including his "home away from home" on the land. The group met afterwards at the First Presbyterian Church in Antrim for a reading and signing.