CSA, Event Facilities, Farm Stand/U-pick, Prepared Foods to Go, Workshops/Education Programs
The Scott Farm is a Landmark Trust USA property. As a working farm we grow 90 varieties of ecologically grown apples - heirloom apples such as Roxbury Russet, Belle de Boskoop, and Cox’s Orange Pippin and unusual apples like Winter Banana and Hidden Rose - some of the finest in color, texture, and taste. Other fine fruits include quince, gooseberries, medlars, Asian pears, plums, raspberries, elderberries, table grapes, pears, blueberries, nectarines, and peaches. Folks come back week after week for our heirloom apple cider.
We have a nine-week fruit share CSA that begins the last week of August.
Each October we hold our Heirloom Apple Day and our Heirloom Apple Harvest Dinner.
Scott Farm is the perfect place to hold a wedding, reunion, or special occasion while putting up your guests at our very special Vermont vacation homes including Rudyard Kipling's Naulakha, Dutton Farmhouse, The Sugarhouse all in the Brattleboro/Dummerston area and the very peaceful Amos Brown House of 1802 in Whitingham near Wilmington and Mt. Snow.
The Landmark Trust USA rescues significant historic sites suffering from neglect and returns them to useful life. Once restored many of our buildings are rented for short stays to families or small groups as there is seldom a suitable public use. Our rental practices allow people to experience history in an intimate way and generates the funds necessary for maintenance.
The Landmark Trust USA considers education to be an essential part of our mission. We, therefore, make the process of conservative, traditional repair of our buildings an opportunity for fostering the building crafts through on-site training and workshops. The Trust also makes the completed sites available to local schools and other organizations for special educational projects.
707 Kipling Road
Dummerston, VT 05301
Available Vermont Products
- Baked Goods
- Heirloom & Unusual Apples, 90 varieties | August - December
- Heirloom apple cider
- Maple Syrup
- Jams and Jellies
Member Partners (22)
(O = Certified Organic, G = Gold Barn Award)
- Scott Farm
- A Vermont Table-Catering by Terri Ziter O
- Black River Produce
- Brattleboro Memorial Hospital O
- Champlain Orchards Cidery
- Citizen Cider
- City Market / Onion River Coop O, G
- duo Restaurant G
- Eden Specialty Ciders
- Grafton Village Cheese
- Healthy Living Market and Cafe O, G
- Hunger Mountain Co-op O
- Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op & Cafe O, G
- Natural Provisions Market & Deli O, G
Newport Ciderhouse Bar & Grill at the Northeast Kingdom Tasting Center O
150 Main Street
Newport, VT 05855
- Old Tavern Restaurant at the Grafton Inn O
- Putney Food Co-op O, G
- SoLo Farm and Table O, G
- Sterling College O, G
- Upper Valley Produce
- Williamsville Eatery O, G
- Windham Hill Inn O
- Woodstock Farmers' Market O, G