Morning Glory Farm

“The Earth Laughs In Flowers,” observed writer Ralph Waldo Emerson, and that’s a quote that can be certainly apply to the joy and laughter we felt on Farm Field Sea’s Bloomin Fantastic Flower Workshop at Morning Glory Farm. How many times have you bought flowers from the farmers’ market or Morning Glory Farm, and wondered how […]

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The next chapter of Farm Field Sea has been four years in the making on Martha’s Vineyard. Founder, Nevette Previd, has been busy creating and cultivating relationships with island farmers, land and sea, creating unique Martha’s Vineyard culinary adventures. For Nevette, the “face-to-face” connection is compromised in today’s world, and there’s even more of a disconnect […]

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We hear a lot about local food and farm-to-table on Martha’s Vineyard — and elsewhere — these foodie days. But imagine combining the farmers, chefs, local food and the farms it comes from, for on-location, hands-on, unforgettable culinary adventures. That’s the idea behind Farm Field Sea. This new weekly series of one-day, outdoor eco tours debuts […]

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What in the world is the Meat Ball you might be wondering. Well, it’s a great Winter event(s) that celebrates the locally grown meats from farms on the Martha’s Vineyard, and is a great little FUNraiser for the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society, which hosts the Meat Ball. The Meat Ball is actually a series of events […]

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At least once a year, you can find an amazing Island chef teaming up with the Culinary Arts and Ceramic Arts Departments at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School for an unforgettable farm-to-table dinner, which happens to be a fundraiser for Island Grown Schools. This year, Dan Sauer from 7a Foods was this dinner’s professional […]

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In its fifth year, Island Grown Gleaning, part of Island Grown Initiative, is an important part of local farming on Martha’s Vineyard. Throughout the growing seasons, especially this time of year, our farms have a surplus of fruits and vegetables. Instead of letting them simply rot or go into compost, Island Grown Gleaning comes to the […]

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It’s been a couple of years since I’ve been to the Living Local Harvest Festival, but it was on my calendar for this year for sure. And am I glad I went. The even started at 10 a.m. at the Ag Hall in West Tisbury. We got there around 11 a.m. and what a scene […]

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One of the bummers of the Summer coming to an end is that the West Tisbury Farmer’s Market is no longer around to enrich our Saturday mornings. However, we now have the West Tisbury Winter Farmer’s Market at the Ag Hall. It’s an abundance of Island grown meat, produce and other goods. The Ag Hall is […]

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This year’s Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival was a huge hit with locals and visitors alike. Every event was sold out! Talk about making a comeback! I went to Fresh Off the Farm, the kick-off event to the weekend festival. This local food feast was a lot of fun, and I was able to […]

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After a year’s hiatus, the Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival is back, and better than ever. From October 17 – 20, your palate will be treated to some of the most amazing wine and local food at an array of venues. One of the many new events for this year’s festival is Fresh Off The […]

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