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Clam chowder is so closely associated with coastal New England and the Island that it is a cliché, albeit a tasty one.
The idea was to harvest lamb’s quarters before the market Saturday. There are sizable plants growing all over the dormant asparagus patch.
Ralph Sherman’s strawberries are done for the year. All his plants are June-bearing, they fruit once a year for two weeks or so.
Fluke is plentiful and very worthy of a place on summer tables. It is a delicious white meat fish.
In Vineyard Haven there is a spot where asparagus grows year after year in the unlikeliest of places: the beach.
The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market begins Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon, and continues through the summer and into the fall.
Last week on the farm felt victorious. I fixed our lawnmower in time to tame the eager grass.
The spring hunting season for wild turkey begins on April 25. It is a short, four-week season.
This time of year a fresh strawberry usually travels thousands of miles to Island grocery stores. But at Island Grown Initiative’s Farm Hub, fresh...