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Carpenter bees are coming out of the woodwork.

All of a sudden, after only a week of hot summer weather, the volume of bird song is greatly diminished.

Biologists and environmental groups are monitoring an invasive jellyfish with a painful sting that has spread into Vineyard waters in recent years.

Impassable for some boats at low tide, the channel at Lake Tashmoo could be dredged this summer. But first there is red tape to untangle.

Tucked away in the woods of West Tisbury, the Polly Hill Arboretum has served as a not-so-secret garden since 1958.

In The Omega Principle Paul Greenberg explores so-called omega-3 fatty acids extracted from humble sea stock like Chesapeake menhaden.

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