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Letters to the Editor
The garden and art project, Eden Reframed, near the Burton Acres Recreation Center offers a place to contemplate the passing seasons and participate in a public art project that embraces permaculture principles, soil remediation, blossoms for bees and fruit for the picking.
Community Events, September 2015
There is no disagreeing with Katrina Lande’s observation that a new high school track is long overdue (“A new track is essential and overdue,” Aug. 26).
I appreciated the article on Coyotes in last week’s paper. However, I was deeply disappointed that the article didn’t state what to specifically do if one is sighted (other than to report it), nor did it state that we should not feed them.
I was sad to hear of the loss of pets and livestock attributed to the coyotes. (“Coyote reports rise, group aims to educate islanders,” Aug. 26)
Thank you for your editorial highlighting healthy locally grown and produced food and the farmers who make it possible (Supporting local farmers, relishing the food, Aug.19)