Saturday, July 20, 2024

Possible turbine debris spotted in Edgartown

Edgartown officials say that debris from the broken Vineyard Wind turbine blade may have come ashore on the Island on Thursday evening. Vineyard Wind has not confirmed that the debris was actually from the blade. James Hagerty, Edgartown town administrator, received a call from a...

Island hospital dealing with ‘major’ digital incident

Updated July 19 Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has been impacted by the worldwide software outage, what the hospital described as a “major digital incident.” A hospital spokesperson...

Climate change, lye and a possible solution near the Vineyard

A novel experiment to study ways to slow climate change that includes dumping thousands of pounds of sodium hydroxide, commonly referred to as lye,...

Island teacher, rock musician dies at 62

Laurie Lindeen, an English teacher at Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School and former frontwoman for the all-woman grunge band Zuzu’s Petals, died from a...

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Celebrate nature all around the Island

The Island’s conservation groups go all out in the summer with a wide range of public activities highlighting the natural world. From talks on flora and fauna to full-moon kayak paddles to farm visits and beach clean-ups, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in the great outdoors on Martha’s Vineyard.

To get an idea what’s being offered this summer, check out the Events listing on the TrailsMV mobile app, free at the App Store and Google Play. TrailsMV also highlights more than 100 conservation properties and 220+ miles of public trails across the Island. Get outside, start exploring, and meet new friends along the way!

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

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