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It is late August, often a season of molds and weeds on Martha’s Vineyard farms.

It’s either my advancing age, the fact that I work outdoors, or climate change, but it’s simply too darned hot.

Every farmer has a favorite crop. Some are reluctant to name just one, like a mother who does not want to play favorites.

Prize-winning vegetables and flower arrangements, the buzz of the chainsaw as woodsmen competed, Best in Show for man’s best friend — notes on the...

Hundreds of fair-goers streamed onto the grounds off Panhandle Road in West Tisbury for day two of the 158th annual Agricultural Society Fair. The...

This past weekend was the reason for living. The low humidity and reasonable temperatures were coupled with cool nights, making most folks pretty...

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