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Abigail Higgins


Know what you eat

Another summer has sped by.

Trees, dogs, beans, and salt

Our shade trees are demonstrating their importance during the increasingly hotter summers the Vineyard is experiencing.

Garlic, nepetas, neem

July is here, yet it feels as if it has been July for three weeks already.

Keep on keeping up

The West Tisbury Farmers' Market has resumed at the Grange Hall.

Go native, get wet

We cut, clear, tidy, and attempt to create new idylls.

A spring mix of splendor, challenges

The recent chilly spell has had the pleasant side effect of prolonging spring bloom.

Catching up, keeping up

"Camellias in bloom are among Polly Hill Arboretum's many flowering attractions.

Stand up for what you stand on

In observance of the first Earth Day, 40 years ago today, a small band of Island miscreants gathered roadside trash and delivered it to the front steps of the Dukes County Courthouse in Edgartown.

Fit for peasantry?

Today is Earth Day, the 40th anniversary of this well-intentioned rite, semantically dedicated to the wellbeing of our home planet, Earth.

Cover up with shrubs

Opening one's mouth in print always carries risks! Signs of spring are well advanced on the Vineyard.

Arboretum’s winter attractions

Homegrown meets Sunday, Jan. 17, from 3 to 5 pm at Agricultural Hall. Under discussion: seed ordering, seed sowing, catalogue exchange. Arboretum's winter attractions If there...