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Free Community Lunches Start Feb. 26

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Summer Housing on Martha’s Vineyard: A Letter from Jim

Employee photo from a few years back. We can’t all fit in the frame anymore!

Dear 2018 Employees,

For the last 100 years or more, summer workers on Martha’s Vineyard have been looking for places to stay which are clean, safe and affordable on the wages of their summer jobs. Read More

Would You Like to Work at Morning Glory Farm This Year?

We’re now hiring for all positions, from field workers to office manager. Our season runs from early May until Christmas and we have some housing available on the farm. Applying online is easy! Click the photo below to find out more.

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New Vegetable Barn Coming in 2018

May 1, 2018: Please see New Barn Update for the latest on this project

We’re not 100% sure yet exactly where on the farm it will be located, but a new building is going up next spring that will make it possible for Morning Glory Farm to clean and pack more fresh produce than ever before.

“We are growing more food than ever every year, but our demand is going up by a higher percentage,” Simon Athearn said. “I’ve got to address that.” Read More

Our End of Season Sale is Happening Now

Wednesday, Dec. 27 and Thursday, Dec. 28 are our final days of business at the farmstand. All fresh produce is marked down 50 percent, many dairy case products are reduced by 30 percent and all our cheeses, pâtés and salami are 25% off.

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Sale: All Cheese Now 25% Off

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Does Home Delivery from Morning Glory Farm Sound Good to You?

Here’s an idea we’ve been kicking around a bit lately: home delivery in July and August. Is that something you’d consider? We’d love to be able to make it work and save customers more of their precious summer time, so we’re taking the first step with this survey. Whether or not you think you’d be interested in having us deliver to you next summer, we’d be grateful for your feedback below.

 

 

“Canned Goods” by Greg Brown: the World’s Best Song about Pickles and Preserves

This is a rare live version of singer-songwriter Greg Brown performing his wonderful “Canned Goods” on A Prairie Home Companion. If there is a better song about preserves and pickles, we have yet to hear it! Read More