erosion

climate change

Chris Riger

As the sun began to set at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall fair grounds Sunday evening, farmers began to haul their animals into...

Cullina

In our own language the world of plants is reflected in expressions such as “to put down roots” as one of passive and enduring immobility...

Heavy rainfall on Monday was likely the reason several Island beaches were closed to swimming on Tuesday. Seth’s Pond, Medeiros Cove at...

Tomorrow morning’s last quarter moon rises in the eastern sky at close to midnight. The moon is in the zodiacal constellation Taurus.

Temperature: Precip. Day Max. Min. Inches. Fº Fº August 12 82 61 .00 August 13 81 61 .00 August 14 84 67 Trace...

Betsy Wice asked about this year’s butterfly count. The Vineyard’s butterfly count took place almost a month ago, on July 17. Six people...

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