Matthew Dix Rebecca Miller
Nicolas Andre handed over a bag of fresh chicken livers to a customer at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market on Saturday morning. After...
horses
The names of judges at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair are largely kept anonymous for fear of bullying, bribery or heckling. There...
Emily Palena
A crowd hovered at the entrance gate to the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market on Saturday morning, as workers from Morning Glory Farm unloaded...
Tomatoes
Tomatoes and melons are on the way, cucumbers are having a banner year and demand is up for Island-grown produce, especially kale and...
farm
When state Agriculture Commissioner Greg Watson made his swing through a series of Vineyard farms last week, there was detailed...
horses
Check yourself, check the children, check the cats and dogs. And when it comes to checking for ticks, don’t forget about horses....
Monica Miller James Kozak
Chilmark tends to be on the darker side. Edgartown is rather light, and in springtime, the honey produced in West Tisbury and Vineyard...
farm program farm institute
A group of middle school girls cautiously approached a pile of Dutch belted calves at the Farm Institute one morning last week, dodging...
The first cut of hay was two weeks early, garlic is already being harvested across the Island and strawberries are likely to be done before it’s time...
Jason Nichols greenhouse farm
The sun streamed into the horse barn at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall yesterday morning, with a crisp blue sky in the background...
Chris Riger
As the sun began to set at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall fair grounds Sunday evening, farmers began to haul their animals into...
Charlotte
Crows were the only inhabitants of the fair grounds at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall in West Tisbury yesterday, a thick morning...

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