Have you ever milked a cow? Or gathered still-warm eggs from a hen house? Or seen how wool from sheep is spun into yarn?
Martha’s Vineyard offers affordable, family fun, educational activities and opportunities to learn about the production of food and agricultural products and the Island’s long and proud farming heritage. Activities include hayrides, corn mazes, pick-your-own operations, farm stands, tours, farm chores, horseback riding and the Agricultural Fair in August.
Home to a handful of local farms, Martha’s Vineyard offers an experiential experience for anyone looking to get closer to nature.
behind-the-scenes at Farm.Field.Sea.
with farmers, fisherman, oyster cultivators and food artisans for hands-on tours, cooking, food-crafting and local-as-you-get meals.
photo credit @SheoftheWoods
Hosted on Island in August, the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair showcases the best of what Martha’s Vineyard Agritourism has to offer. Livestock, a Woodsmen Competition, Horse Pull Competition, Great