We bought this quiet little diesel from fellow Martha’s Vineyarder Allen Norton. It’s handy for a lot of vegetable jobs like seeding and cultivation, a favored tractor for the tine weeder and it often works the bed former,… Read More
Our Ford 5600 tractor was given a biofuel conversion by Vineyard Alternative Auto under a Vision Fellowship grant to encourage sustainable farm practices on Martha’s Vineyard. Our main tillage tractor from 1984 to 2000, it now can run on… Read More
Dear 2019 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. For a worker making… Read More
Working at Morning Glory Farm is not just a great way to experience living on Martha’s Vineyard—it’s a good job for Islanders as well. “I was very impressed with all of you and respect the way you run… Read More
We purchased our very first tractor in 1973, for $700 from a farmer in New Boston, Mass.
“What do you do in the winter?” 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!
Composting is closed until April, 2019. Please do not bring compost until April: We are full up, and there will be no room for more until the current mass has broken down over the winter. Thanks to everyone… Read More
Potato, butter and olive oil add richness to this hearty and satisfying winter soup from Island Grown:
Mark your calendar for these Christmas and Hanukkah events on Martha’s Vineyard!