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Your house is incredibly biodiverse, with thousands of species of microbes, molds, spiders, and insects sharing your space. To put it simply, you are running a biodiversity boardinghouse. But there's good news—according to Never Home Alone by Rob Dunn, not all of this is bad news.
We recently sat down with a group of 10- and 11-year-old students from the West Tisbury School who launched the group called "Plastic Free MV." Their goal? Banning plastic non-reusable water bottles and soda bottles under 34 ounces on all of Martha’s Vineyard.
Birding fans know that attempting to complete a Big Year is a highly competitive enterprise. As we learn early in Birding Without Borders, Noah Strycker's entertaining account of his 2015 International Big Year, this type of adventure is a bird of a different feather.
Felix Neck Sanctuary Director Suzan Bellincampi recently published her second book, The Nature of Martha’s Vineyard, a collection of nature essays that gathers the best of the nature columns she's penned over more than 16 years.