When Violet and I arrived home after dark in the pouring (and I mean pouring) rain we discovered the hen house door had blown shut. None of the...

The bucolic pond that graces the entrance to town has been the source of long-running disagreement over environmental management methods. At the...

Tour of edible trees at the Polly Hill Arboretum educates and informs, but to find real blueberries and hickory nuts, come back in summer and fall.

The commission voted unanimously last week to designate a new DCPC to control fertilizer use. Voters in Island towns will be asked to adopt...

The moon slips into our evening sky in the coming week following New Moon on Sunday. It is moving from the zodiacal constellation Aries into Taurus....

A greeting of red-winged blackbirds and American goldfinches that are a darker shade of yellow was a treat at our feeder prior to the storm earlier...

As sorry as Mark Twain described coyotes in Roughing It may appear, there seems to be little sympathy for coyotes on Martha’s Vineyard.

Winter simply is not ready to let go. As I continue to plant like a crazy person, I take comfort in the fact that Polly Hill started the arboretum...

A coyote washed up on Lambert's Cove Beach on Friday, reigniting theories about one or two living on the Island. But experts believe this coyote...

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