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Releasing Hiroshima from a Textbook
I started thinking about Hiroshima again last month, when John Kerry went to the city. But I usually think about Hiroshima this time of year anyway...
2:39 pm, June 2, 2016
Where the Waste Goes, I Will Follow
Every year, 40 per cent of the food grown in this country is never eaten. The waste happens in farm fields, during processing and transportation, in...
2:38 pm, June 2, 2016
Still Remembering Those Lost in Civil War
Mary Jane Carpenter
On the last Sunday in May for the past 28 years, I have been listening to the reading in the Federated Church of the names of those Edgartown men who...
8:01 am, May 30, 2016
Savoring the Sweet Sting of Nettles and Matts of Mugwort
Last week on the farm felt victorious. I fixed our lawnmower in time to tame the eager grass.
12:59 pm, May 26, 2016
At Sea, Guided by the Rhythm of Nature
Imagine an ocean of islands spanning ten million square miles. Now imagine you must navigate that world without charts or instruments.
12:46 pm, May 26, 2016
Lagoon Ridge Equals More Nitrogen
On une 2, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission is scheduled to vote on the Lagoon Ridge housing development.
11:52 am, May 26, 2016
One More Cast: Remembering Hawkeye Jacobs
A passionate fisherman has left us all too early. I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that Bob (Hawkeye) Jacobs has passed on. This is a tough...
2:12 pm, May 23, 2016
If Trees Could Talk Would You Listen
Nancy Slonim Aronie
I came to the woods late in the game. Trees, now my guides, beckon and enlighten. I swear they talk to me. And I am learning to listen.
6:12 pm, May 19, 2016
Teaching Others to Shine by Being the Brightest Star
Goodbyes are hard and often left unspoken. People avoid the emotions associated with goodbyes: sadness, anxiety, loss, even anger. Our avoidance is...
4:40 pm, May 16, 2016
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