The Freshest Food Around

Every year, it seems, there are more farms on the Vineyard. By our last count we’re up to thirty-eight. The FARM Institute in Edgartown and the Native Earth Teaching Farm in Chilmark are currently the most geared toward visits and tours, but many of the other farms are welcome visitors. Farm. Field. Sea. offers local food tours and culinary adventures across Martha’s Vineyard. Not every farm is open to the public, so be sure to call ahead if you want to visit.

Tisbury Meadow Preserve and the Good Farm

Allen Farm

Morning Glory Farm

Katama Farm and the FARM Institute

The Grey Barn

Oyster Farms

Native Earth Teaching Farm

Old Town Gardens

Bayes Norton Farm

DeBettencourt’s Farm

Northern Pines Farm

Spring Moon Farm

Whippoorwill Farm

Thimble Farm/Island Grown Farms

Black Water Farm

Breezy Pines Farm

Thompson Family Farm

Cleveland Farm

Christiantown Farm

Ghost Island Farm

RunAmok Farms

Stoney Hill Farm

Tiasquam Brook Farm

Up-Island Eggs

Alison Shaw

Whiting Farm

Pilot Hill Farm

Flat Point Farm

Murphy Blueberry Farm

Beetlebung Farm Meat

Bakehouse Farm

Down Island Farm

Island Grown Initiative Thimble Farm Hub

Stannard Farms

Green Island Farm

The Greenhouse of Martha’s Vineyard (Comsog)

Tiasquin Orchard

North Tabor Farm

Mermaid Farm and Dairy

The Grey Barn and Farm

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