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Island Grown Recipe: Leek & Lemon Rice

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Composting is Closed for the Season

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

Handwoven Blankets from Our Sheep’s Wool

By Robyn Hosey AthearnWe’re excited to introduce these beautiful, soft blankets made with wool from our Island flock of Navajo Churro sheep. Their fleece has been spun into thread and hand loomed by master weavers in the Hudson… Read More

Farm Recipe: Fresh Pumpkin Pie

This is a classic pumpkin pie. Using fresh pumpkins, however, makes all the difference.

Watch: The Christmas Trees Arriving After Thanksgiving

View this post on Instagram The day after Thanksgiving, Jim drove the truck to and from Connecticut to pick up our Christmas trees and wreaths, and the field crew set up our lawn with a beautiful display!🌲🌲🌲🌲 #marthasvineyard… Read More

Sourcing the Freshest Local Cranberries

On Martha’s Vineyard, folks have been eating cranberries since long before Europeans arrived. One of our farmstand suppliers is the Vineyard Open Land Foundation, which grows certified organic cranberries in the Lambert’s Cove area of Tisbury. Their sale… Read More

2018 Holiday Events on Martha’s Vineyard

Mark your calendar for these Christmas and Hanukkah events on Martha’s Vineyard!

Fresh Christmas Trees are Here!

Come by the farmstand soon for the best selection of Christmas trees. We have Balsam, Canaan, Fraser and Korean firs in assorted sizes, starting at $53.95 for a 6.5 foot tree and running up to $89.95 for a… Read More

Holiday Treats from the Morning Glory Farm Bakery

Our new holiday bakery brochure is out! Pick up a copy at the farmstand or scroll below to read about our cranberries, grains, eggnog, pecans, apples, citrus holiday baked goods and farm-grown Hawaiian ginger. Holiday ordering begins Dec…. Read More

Cape White Turnips are In!

We’re excited to announce that our Cape White turnips are coming in from the fields for the first time in two years! Last year’s harvest was ruined by weather and birds, so we’re extra happy to welcome these… Read More