Autumn begins this Friday, Sept. 22, and so do our 2017 fall hours at the farmstand. Beginning Friday we’ll be opening an hour later, at 9 a.m. every day of the week. Our closing time remains the same:… Read More
The Derby is on, and this whole Island feels the excitement. This is the 72nd year of the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby, which began at one minute past midnight Sept. 10 and runs till Oct…. Read More
The Vineyard Gazette honors us this week with a well-reported article about the adventures of our 2017 tomato crop, which was delayed by adverse weather in the spring and early summer but is coming in gangbusters now. Food… Read More
At last: Field-fresh tomatoes in bulk for your sauces and canning! Buy 5-9 pounds at $3.45/lb, 10-19 pounds at $2.95/lb and 20 pounds or more for just $1.95/lb. Bulk tomato station, start your canning with Morning Glory Farm… Read More
Mark your calendars: Morning Glory Farm’s annual Pumpkin Festival will be Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. We will have all of our great games and family activities — from gourd tossing and pumpkin… Read More
Along with our own Instagram gallery of photos and videos, we are very fortunate to have many customers posting their own beautiful shots from Morning Glory Farm. Today we thought we’d give a shout-out to some of these… Read More
This dish, updated from Debbie Athearn’s traditional family recipe, is a great way to enjoy the flavor of tomatoes that are too ripe to slice for fresh eating. A combination of red and yellow peppers makes for a… Read More
Martha’s Vineyard has The Grey Barn, and Litchfield, Conn. has Arethusa Farm. These two dairies produce very different cheeses, but their stories have some elements in common.
The cold, rainy weather of Spring 2017 has delayed pretty much all of our crops so far, and field tomatoes are no exception. Once we have a reliably consistent flow of ripe tomatoes to the farmstand, we’ll send an e-mail… Read More
Vineyarder Tim Laursen created this one-minute movie in the summer of 2008. We think it captures the spirit of our farm today as well. The music is by Tim’s band, the Billionaires.