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!
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!
We regret the inconvenience, but due to an equipment failure we are unable to accept compost materials until next Wednesday, Oct. 31.
View this post on Instagram Our Italian #potato harvester pulling our red potatoes right out of the ground and distributing them in… Read More
Often, at the end of a season when our employees depart the farm, they write us letters. Here are some excerpts that may give you a sense of what it’s like to work at Morning Glory: