Red, ripe and fragrant strawberries, fresh from the field, are our first choice for this classic summer dessert.
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.
Are you looking for pies? We bake a lot of them at the farm—hundreds a day, in the summertime. You can find our pies at the front of the farmstand, with the breads. Just turn right as you… Read More
Here are some of the Morning Glory crops we’ll have at the farmstand this month: Arugula, microgreens, eggs, nettles, parsnips, radishes and spinach are all available now, along with produce from New England farms on the mainland—including some… Read More
If you’ve driven past the farmstand over the past few weeks, you have probably noticed the new building going up between the farmstand and the rosemary patch. Our new vegetable washing (VW for short) barn is a state-of-the-art… Read More
Our Caterpillar 930 articulated wheel loader may be the most versatile machine we drive here at the farm.
If you regularly drive the Edgartown-West Tisbury Road at the twilight hours of morning or evening, you might have spotted our John Deere 5425 with Jim behind the wheel. He chose the options when we ordered it — the… Read More
From our cookbook Morning Glory’s Farm Food: Stories from the Fields, Recipes from the Kitchen, this dish marries two of the Vineyard’s freshest treasures: scallops from local waters and greens from the field. 1 Tbsp. extra virgin olive… Read More
Use any kind of kale, or an assortment: lacinato, curly-leaf, Red Russian all work well in this salad. You can also substitute any kind of feta. Mermaid Farm makes our favorite, right here on Martha’s Vineyard.
Purchased from Charley at Village Power Equipment in Berlin, Mass., our International Harvester Hydro 84 has its strengths and its weaknesses.