Scott Farm Orchard

707 Kipling Rd., Dummerston, VT

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Scott Farm has been in active cultivation since 1791. The first commercial orchards were planted in 1913. Today, the Orchard grows over 130 certified ecologically grown heirloom and unusual apple varieties. Pick your own apples or visit the market to pick up freshly picked fruit, cider donuts, jams, jellies, pies. Taste the remarkable and delicious sweet and hard ciders and farm fresh baked goods at Pippin’s Café.

Scott Farm offers workshops and events, including monthly Crêpe Nights during the summer and fall and its annual Heirloom Apple Day Columbus Day weekend. It also provides a scenic and unique venue for weddings and other special gatherings. Scott Farm is a socially responsible business (Certified B Corporation) and a for-profit subsidiary of The Landmark Trust USA.

Many of the stunning stone walls were constructed by the expert builders at The Stone Trust, a nonprofit organization whose offices are at Scott Farm and whose mission is to preserve and advance the art and craft of dry stone walling.