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Instagrammers Love Summer on the Farm

Along with our own Instagram gallery of photos and videos, we are very fortunate to have many customers posting their own beautiful shots from Morning Glory Farm. Today we thought we’d give a shout-out to some of these… Read More

Watch: Mobile Market Brings Farm Produce to Island Neighborhoods

This summer, the nonprofit Island Grown Initiative took a big step forward in its campaign for food equity on Martha’s Vineyard by purchasing a mobile florist shop and transforming it into a rolling produce market that visits low-… Read More

Now Open at 8 a.m.!

Now you can head to your job, the beach or anyplace on Martha’s Vineyard with a fresh cup of Morning Glory Farm coffee in hand: We’re open at 8 a.m. six days a week starting June 14. Come start your… Read More

We’re Opening May 5! But Will There Be Asparagus?

These are exciting days on Meshacket Road as we ready the farmstand for another year.

Odd Job Fall

Winter is the season of planning and brainstorming. Spring is excitement, rejuvenation, and opportunity. Summer is hectic and sweaty. And then there is fall, the end of the season, when the months of hard work have hopefully paid… Read More

Farm Update

The whole gang in a group photo in front of the new Morning Glory Farm Store. The best growing season in years in flying along.  I have not posted in surprisingly long, I got so caught up in… Read More

Work Continues at Morning Glory

Deca’s carpenters and masons continue to ready the building to receive the post and beam frame we expect soon. The ‘Deck’ as they call it, the sub floor of the final store.  In front is the concrete floor… Read More

The Greenhouse gets its skin

We finally received the skin for the greenhouse we have been building and are ready to put it up.  It comes as 2-  36′ x 100′ sheets and we lay them both over the house attach them at… Read More

Making straw on rocky top

We farmers here at morning glory received many comments on the straw harvest on the front field (Sherman’s Field) this week.  Lot of people asked if we were making hay.  It seems nearly indistinguishable from hay at distance… Read More