Meet Morning Glory’s First Tractor: The 1949 Ford 2N

We purchased our very first tractor in 1973, for $700 from a farmer in New Boston, Mass. Read More

Island Grown Recipe: Baked Clams

No shucking required! Read More

Vote Moglo for Best of the Vineyard!

We are honored to find ourselves nominated in multiple categories of the 2019 Best of the Vineyard poll in Martha’s Vineyard Magazine. Your votes would mean a lot to us! Please follow these links to vote for Morning Glory Farm:

Strawberry Princess says “Please vote!”

Many thanks from all of us at MGF!



Island Grown Recipe: Indian Rice Salad

Winter on a Martha’s Vineyard Farm

“What do you do in the winter?” 110_1036 hay winter dog

It’s a fair question, and one most year-round Islanders are used to hearing. In our case, the answer is easy: We keep on farming! Read More

Martha’s Vineyard 2019 Events

When is Illumination Night? What time is the parade? Mark your calendar now for these 2019 events on Martha’s Vineyard. We’ll add more dates as they become available and we also have an interactive calendar »». Read More

Honor Eggs Are Back

We’ve closed up the farmstand until next spring, but our well-fed chickens lay eggs all winter long and we still have some winter produce as well. So until we reopen, the honor fridge and cashbox are once again located outside the farmstand exit. Come by any time to pick up farm-fresh Morning Glory eggs and winter produce, and eat gloriously!

Morning Glory Farm eggs are fresh year-round.

Photo by Alison Shaw

Watch: A Year on the Farm

Here’s a look back at 2018 as captured by farm videographer/photographer Ryan Hassell. Thanks to all our great employees and customers for another terrific year! If you’d like to work with us in 2019, please visit our employment page—we are hiring now.

Island Grown Recipe: Kale Slaw

Old Pics: Woods Hole in 1945

The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority has been in the news a lot lately. Quite by coincidence, we recently ran across this vintage photo of the Woods Hole terminal in 1945. Note the railway!

A damaged, poorly exposed black and white photo of the Woods Hole ferry terminal in 1945.

Source: Athearn Family Archive

And here is a recent drone shot (looking in the opposite direction) of the terminal undergoing reconstruction:

Source: Steamship Authority

We don’t know what the new terminal will look like in the end, several years from now, because the SSA is still negotiating with Woods Hole neighbors and Falmouth officials over the size and height of a new ticket office. But it’s safe to assume it will be different from both the 1940s building and the one built a few years later, which was demolished to make way for the latest reconstruction.

What Woods Hole memories do you have? What are your hopes for the new terminal? We’d love to read what you have to say in the comments section below.