A two-year study of pollinators on Martha’s Vineyard has discovered 170 species of bees.
Interior expects to be in position to offer this area as one of the nation’s first offshore competitive lease sales before the end of the year.
COASTSWEEP, sponsored by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management and coordinated by the Urban Harbors Institute at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, is the state’s annual coastal cleanup program where volunteers not only remove trash but also collect important information about the types of trash they encounter.
‘Septic guru’ Doug Cooper explains how septic systems work and how best to care for them, to avoid costly repairs or more costly replacement.
Going green in your own yard can mean more than just cultivating a picture-perfect lawn. It can mean helping protect the environment.
The 20th Annual Vineyard Conservation Society (VCS) Earth Day Beach Clean-up is scheduled for 10 am to noon, Saturday, April 21.
The Senate voted unanimously April 5 to pass legislation aimed at bolstering the state’s renewable energy supply and getting a better handle on electricity prices.
The Olympic project will showcase sustainable golf course management concepts developed at The Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown.
Legislation aimed at tackling the drivers of high energy costs in Massachusetts unveiled Monday by state senators closely mirror a bill released last week opening up long-term renewable energy contracts to competitive bidding and more than doubling the amount of renewables required to be purchased by utilities.
If the state has its way, it will become illegal to discharge sewage into the waters south of Cape Cod and around Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.