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Thank You, Friends of the Farm

Dearest farm friends, The cellar is full, the firewood is stacked, and winter projects have begun here on the farm. As we enjoy the slowing of the season, we remember to give thanks for all that preceded. We… Read More

Christmas in Edgartown

Here comes Christmas in Edgartown! Join us Saturday, Dec. 10 from noon to 5 p.m. for our Farm Holiday Open House with Popcorn Bar, Farm Food, Hay Rides, Fire Pit, S’Mores, Hot Cider, Eggnog, Raffles — and of… Read More

Coming of Age at Morning Glory

Coming of Age Morning Glory Farm is a place that captures that magical moment of coming of age and anybody who comes to the farm can feel it. Whether you are a wholesale customer, a summer visitor, or… Read More

Jim and Daniel Figur’in

I just liked this pic of Dad and Dan working out a carpentry problem. You can see the lumber Tom Turner cut locally for the building drying in the greenhouse.  Also behind Dan is our newest addition to… Read More

A calf born in the storm by Meg Athearn

       On Monday and Tuesday evening as Dan and I were falling asleep we heard uncharacteristic mooing from the upper pasture. We were not too concerned, knowing the cows had water and hay, but both nights we… Read More

WMVY Radio Ad

Here is our radio spot for December. It may be getting cold, but at Morning Glory Farm we are still harvesting delicious vegetables from our fields and greenhouses, plus a ton of winter squash in storage.  We have… Read More

Wholesale at Morning Glory

Hello everyone!  My name is Cheryl Harary and I’m the wholesale manager at Morning Glory Farm.  This is my third season here and I can’t imagine doing anything else!  This time of year, my job is very important/rewarding… Read More

Top 10 from farmhand Emily

Emily direct seeding pumpkins in a west tisbury field. Hi! My name is Emily Carol and this is my second year working as a field hand at morning glory farm. Working in the fields means that I get… Read More

Go to the Fair

Ah the fair, I love the fair.  Workmen/women, visitors and residents across the island take time to visit and enjoy the fair.  Listen to the Blue Hills Strolling Brass Quintet, catch the new favorite event the antique lawn… Read More

Katama hay day

Hillary, Michael, Kelsey and a high quality alfalfa, clover and fescue mix in Katama