Not everybody knows this: Simon Athearn, our head farmer, is also a trained chef who has created more than one innovative new dish in the Morning Glory Farm kitchen and at home. Here’s his own veggie burger, packed… Read More
We are tickled to find the farmstand featured in this fun blog by our Edgartown neighbor Marnely Murray. Hop on a bike and come visit us this fall! Local cyclists: Morning Glory employees get a daily stipend for… Read More
One of our employees recently flew from Martha’s Vineyard to Nantucket, and shot some video as the plane passed over Morning Glory shortly after takeoff. You can just make out our windmill turning on the right-hand side of… Read More
We’re having a phenomenal corn harvest and there’s more on the way. With successive plantings still ripening in our fields, we expect to continue picking sweet corn every day until early November. And this corn is tasting fantastic—as… Read More
Are you looking for a summer job on Martha’s Vineyard? Or are you on the Island now and looking for work? We are hiring and would love to hear from you if you are interested in a farm… Read More
When are you open? How much land does Morning Glory farm, and where is it? Where is the farmstand located? What soups/pies are available today? Do you make sandwiches? Do you take special orders? Can I order and… Read More
From the (unofficially approved) @rejectedmoglo account on Instagram, here’s a Sugar Baby melon sporting a Martha’s Vineyard outline. The silhouette is a bit funky and Nomans Land is in the wrong place —but still, not a bad effort… Read More
Time to pick the sweet corn 🌽 #marthasvineyard #fresh #picked #sweetcorn #harvest A post shared by Morning Glory Farm (@morninggloryfarmmv) on Sep 1, 2018 at 6:06am PDT These are approximate average harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce…. Read More
We’re looking for farmstand and field workers from now until December, or a portion thereof.
These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather.