See Morning Glory Farm from the Air

See Morning Glory Farm from the Air

Watch: One Last Fling for the Trebuchet

In days of old, medieval armies would roll out their trebuchets to besiege enemy walls, whipping large projectiles with astonishing speed. Our trebuchet was built for peaceful purposes, although it does take a toll on pumpkins when we roll it out each fall for the Living Local Harvest Festival in West Tisbury and our own Pumpkin Festival here at the farm.

We had a great time with it again this year, hurling countless pumpkins far into the pasture where they exploded on contact. Now pumpkin season is coming to an end and the trebuchet is back in its barn, but we can still watch it in action on our YouTube channel, and dream of next autumn.


Watch: Windmill Repair Crew at Work

If you were at the farmstand Monday morning, you may have been startled to hear men’s voices and banging sounds apparently coming out of the sky. Read More

Vote Now to Name Our New Cookie


We put out a call for suggestions to name Korilee’s newest cookie creation, and now it’s time to vote! Visit the TBA Cookie Voting Page »» to cast your ballot.

What’s in it?
Inspired by one of her childhood favorites, the Monster Cookie, Korilee’s delectable new treat is made with  peanut butter, oatmeal, cashews, spices and — instead of M&Ms, as in Monster Cookies — mini chocolate chips.

What should we call it?
We received more than 30 suggestions for new names, and narrowed it down to 4. Which will win? View the choices and make your selection today.

UPDATED: Farm Drive for Puerto Rico Totals $3,000

¡Gracias! Your generous Oxfam America donations will be put to work in Puerto Rico.

Our customers are truly the best. Between the Pumpkin Festival, Oct. 14, and Halloween night, you helped us raise $3,000 for Oxfam America’s relief work in Puerto Rico! Read More

Wind and Sun Power This Farm — And Then Some

We’re excited to share some news about our energy program here at the farm. Along with our 50 kilowatt-hour windmill — which, so far, has created enough electricity to offset the carbon emissions of more than 100 cars on the road for a year — we’re now generating even more power from new solar panels on the roofs of the farmstand and machine shop buildings.  

“We are an energy-positive farm,” said Simon Athearn, explaining that Morning Glory now sends a small amount of excess electricity back to the local power grid, instead of drawing energy from it.

Our solar project cost $115,000 all told, with state-of-the-art photovoltaic panels using microinverters to convert direct current into alternating current. “The energy field created is minuscule compared to old-style inverters, which makes them safer to live and work around,” Simon said.
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New Sunday Hours in November

Come on inside! Photo by Alison Shaw.

Beginning Nov. 5, 2017, on Sundays the farmstand will open at 9:30 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. Our weekday and Saturday hours remain 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
We are closed Thanksgiving Day and Nov. 24, otherwise we are open seven days a week through Christmas. Come visit with us! 


New: Online Ordering for Thanksgiving Pies, Sides, Soups & Breads

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Photo by Alison Shaw.

Now you can order your entire Thanksgiving meal from us online, from savory soups and side dishes to delicious pies for dessert.

The order form for naturally-raised turkeys and turkey breasts from Outpost Farm is here »» and you can select the rest of your dishes below.

Thanksgiving Day is Nov. 23. Read More

Recipe: Cured Pork Belly with Roasted Parsnips

When parsnips are fresh in the fall, they’re moist with a mild flavor and thin skins that don’t need to be removed before cooking. Read More