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Tisbury scallop season curtailed to protect seed

The Vineyard Haven side of Lagoon Pond will be closed to recreational and commercial scalloping as of Monday, Nov. 5, according to a press release. The...

Growing our own

February is a great month to eat oysters. Not just because of their reputed aphrodisiac qualities (Casanova swore by the virility-boosting effects of oysters...

Indulge at Food and Wine Fest this weekend

Celebrity chefs, TV personalities, and some of the nation's top wine and food experts will be on hand this weekend for the ninth annual...

Farm Neck Foundation announces $50,000 in grants to Island nonprofits

The Farm Neck Foundation board of directors announced its list of recipients for 2015 grants totaling $50,267. The Farm Neck Foundation is an independent...

Edgartown: Happy Birthday Dr. George Cohn

It’s so exciting to see bits of lawn peeking through what was beginning to feel like a permanent blanket of white. Suddenly people are...

High school students make art out of beach trash

After a recent beach clean-up, the  members of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) “MVironment Club”  were inspired to raise awareness for the...

Lots going on in Aquinnah this month

Well, summer certainly is in full swing. I haven’t really seen any of my year-round friends in about a month and I feel like...

George W. Page

George Whitmarsh Page of Guilford and Edgartown, died peacefully on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at his home. He was 84. He was born January 7,...


I have to admit I am starting to get a little cabin fever around here. I have been a virus magnet this year, and...

Partners in oyster restoration

The Nature Conservancy thanks our partners in this past year's oyster restoration project in the Tisbury Great Pond, straddling the Chilmark/West Tisbury town line at the mouth of Town Cove.

The conch conundrum

Martha's Vineyard scientist does pioneering work to preserve the Island's least known commercial fishery.

West Tisbury selectmen reject lone Mill Brook watershed study proposal

It's "back to square one" according to selectmen.

Mill Pond dredging resurfaces in West Tisbury

Selectmen's meeting discussion covers watershed study, and why couldn't pond dredging occur before the study is complete.

Gay Head Gallery exhibit spotlights endangered species

See photos by award-winning National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore and more at the Aquinnah gallery.

Gay Head Gallery offers art with a difference

More than 20 artists from both on and off-Island are currently showing work at the gallery in Aquinnah.

Oyster bed restoration project started in Tisbury Great Pond

One-acre oyster bed restoration underway in Tisbury Great Pond. The Nature Conservancy will monitor the project for two years.

One fish two fish, bay scallops and bluefish

Martha's Vineyard is a great place to try new seafood, or harken back to your roots and enjoy your favorites.

Discussion of Menemsha Pond management turns to dredging

The Wampanoag Tribe called the meeting to discuss pond management and how those who share the resource could benefit.

Living Local Harvest Festival is the place to be Saturday

The notion of Living Local has "exploded," and this weekend's Harvest Festival celebration is the moment to join in the enthusiasm.