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Historic Farmstead Stroll at Scott Farm | Open Farm Week 2024

707 Kipling Rd
Dummerston, VT 05301

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Sat, Aug. 10, 2024 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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Simon Renault

Scott Farm isn't just any apple orchard. It's a historic treasure that has been in active cultivation since 1791 and is keeping Vermont's rural agricultural traditions alive. Join us for an hour long stroll through the historic core of the farm to learn more about the history of this beautiful and significant landscape. From its early days as an all purpose farm, to the construction of the oldest buildings in the 1840s, to the farm's current role as Vermont's premiere heirloom apple orchard, you'll see how Scott Farm has developed over the years while maintaining its irreplaceable sense of place. It is also opening weekend for the Farm Market and Pippin's Café! Our 571 acre farm has been owned since 1995 by The Landmark Trust USA, a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve historic properties through creative sustainable uses for public enjoyment and education.

Scott Farm, in active cultivation since 1791, is home to 23 historic structures and 30 acres of hillside orchards. Our apples are available each fall in our Farm Market, through mail order, and at local co-ops throughout New England and serve as the basis for our signature line of unique hard, sweet, and bubbly ciders. We also offer a seasonal outdoor café, pick-your-own orchards, and a fruit CSA in addition to serving as a venue for Vermont farm weddings, business functions, and celebrations of all kinds. A number of community events from Crêpe Nights to our annual Heirloom Apple Day bring people together. Scott Farm is a Certified B-Corp owned by the the nonprofit Landmark Trust USA. 


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