climate change

Did this winter of ice and snow cause an unusually high number of waterbirds to die? Based on the number of reports of large numbers of carcasses on...

Chilmark has joined Edgartown in seeking to extend its commercial scalloping season to make up for lost fishing days this year. Shellfishing around...

Last winter a number of us had a chance to observe the faint Comet Lovejoy as it moved through the evening sky.

It seems that the drudgery of winter has been a common lament throughout history, and one that continues today.

The weather, just like my family members, will not respond to criticism. Because I am able to dig in my hoop house, I keep trying to do some work.

My guess is that most of us are ready for something warmer, although if we can’t have that, at least the spring migrants are starting to show up.