Island Nonprofit Directory updated for 2020

The Heart of the Vineyard just keeps growing.

Happy Birthday, Vineyard House

Five years later, the nonprofit’s new campus in Vineyard Haven is not only a centralized sober living facility, but a gathering place for the recovery community, too.

Climate Change: 50 Ways We're Taking Action Now

Is the glass half full or half empty? When it comes to climate change on Martha's Vineyard, you could certainly look at it both ways. For optimists, here are 50 different actions Vineyarders are already taking. For realists, read on to the end for 10 ways climate change is (and will) take its toll on our Island.

The Marine Biologist: A Q&A with Shelley Edmundson

As Executive Director of the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust, Shelley Edmundson works towards securing the future for our fishermen.

Oh What Fun It Is To Ride...

Take a nostalgic holiday hay ride with Fred Fisher Jr. and the Belgians.

The Keys to the Pantry: An Interview with Kayte Morris

The new director of the Island Food Pantry has found the work she has always wanted to do.

The Butterfly Effect

On the Vineyard, over 80 species of butterflies perform specialized tasks that contribute to the life of your garden and to Island ecosystems. By planting native flowering plants, you can help butterflies do their work.

The New Cottage Kitchen

If you're updating or designing a new cottage kitchen, consider a few strategies offered by the author of The New Cottage.

A Classy Kitchen

The FARM Institute is open for class — cooking class, that is — with a new teaching kitchen and a line-up up events for kids and adults.

The Grocer: An Interview with Steve Bernier

in 1985, Steve Bernier bought Cronig's Market from Robbie Cronig. A few Steamship trips and solar panels later, he's still at it.

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