Stories of an Island
Our lifestyle series 'a farm.field.sea. life' features the stories of aspirational Island folks, from different generations and walks of life. Playing on the mystery, envy, and excitement of living an unconventional life, we tuck in for a brief moment to catch a glimpse of a day in the life of some of the coolest people we know.
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'Makers Table' - Pop Up Dinners
Farm.Field.Sea.'s roving culinary feast with Chef Spring Sheldon, invited guests to experience the vibrant food and culture of Martha’s Vineyard starring local chefs, farmers, shellfish cultivators, fishers, educators, authors, musicians, and visual artists as our guides. Meet our friends who joined us at our table.
Farming with Morning Glory
A premier family-owned Island farm, where dirt under the fingernails and sweat on the brow mean self-sufficiency, sustainability, and unbeatably delicious homegrown food.
Oyster Farm Tours
In 2018 FFS founded the first group Oyster Farm Tour on Martha's Vineyard. Drawing over 500 guests - a mash-up of locals, seasonal-residents, and tourists, each tour sold out and have resonated beyond the shell. We continue our work to build a network of informed eaters through authentic, shared experience - playing our part to illuminate the importance of eating local, storytelling and, community. Thank you to our partners Pirate Adventures Martha's Vineyard, biologist Rick Karney of the Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group, and Cottage City Oysters for introducing a whole bevy of new folks to the beautiful world of bivalves.
The story behind Martha's Vineyard Oyster Farms, generations of fishers, clamming, Aquaculture and more.