Monday, June 21, 2021

Island man recovering from bike accident

Following a bike accident that left him with major injuries, an Island man and member of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah), JJ Mendez Jr., is progressing steadily through his long recovery process. In early June, Mendez was riding his electric bicycle down the...

East Chop Light to undergo archeological survey 

Coast Guard work at East Chop Light and Martha’s Vineyard Museum restoration work on the lighthouse are overlapping. Telegraph Hill Park remains cordoned off...

Hospice MV hires new leader

Hospice & Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard has hired Cathy Stauffer Wozniak as its new executive director. Wozniak found the position on the Island through...

Aquinnah speeds through annual town meeting

Aquinnah residents gathered for the 2021 annual town meeting in front of the fire department Saturday to approve several age-old town initiatives, such as...

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Explore and Enjoy Island Conservation Lands

Martha’s Vineyard has a rich abundance of beautiful and diverse protected lands open to the public for walking, bicycling, bird-watching, running, and horseback riding. Explore the island’s 200+ miles of trails traversing woodlands, meadows, wetlands, and beaches.

This summer, the Island’s conservation groups continue to manage some properties differently than in past years. Help protect endangered species and fragile habitats by observing guidelines for each property, and please keep dogs leashed at all times.

See detailed information from the MV All-Island Trails Committee and Trails MV.


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