Bivalve Predator Puts Scientists on Alert
Local researchers are keeping a close watch on a parasite that has infected and decimated New York's bay scallop population.
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Climate Cafe Puts Advocacy on the Menu
The Climate Cafe discussion about storm and emergency preparedness was led by local high school students on Sunday morning.
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Climate Action Plan Says Time Is Now
Local actions alone won't be enough to stem sea level rise and the increasing frequency of major storms.
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Climate Change Clue: Follow the Stripers
There is no purer pleasure for anglers on Martha’s Vineyard than the tug on the line of the first striped bass of the season. That first hit in early May or June renews a seasonal relationship that is as old as the Island itself.
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From Shoreline to Farmland, Climate Action Week Delivers
Climate Action Week, with its nearly 40 free events culminating in a finale Saturday at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury, has kept Vineyarders informed and inspired.
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Dune Restoration Tour Highlights Ever-Changing Shoreline
Gusty winds blew across the Atlantic ocean Tuesday evening when some 20 Islanders gathered at the left fork of South Beach. A newly restored dune about 14 feet high obscured any view of the ocean from the road.
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Climate Action Week Looks to Educate, Empower
Climate Action Week, a series of events put on by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, looks to engage Islanders in planning for the effects of climate change.
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Climate Action Week Events Highlight Urgency of Issue
Island church bells will ring every day next week at noon, reminding us that we are facing a climate crisis and ringing out a call to action.
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Clean and Green: Your Questions Answered
Elizabeth Bennett, Susie Middleton, Charlene Pinckney-Goldberg
You’ve got (20) questions about how to make your home and landscape more energy efficient and climate-friendly. Island experts have the answers.
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Climate Change Is No Hollywood Fiction
Early in the 1975 movie Jaws, a shark is spotted in the distance, and Amity police Chief Brody yells to swimmers to get out of the water.
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