Heirloom Apple Pies -Sat, Oct 21, 10-1

Tackle “pie dough anxiety” with the Queen of Tarts, Pastry Chef Laurel Roberts Johnson! From 10am-1pm, learn to make flaky pie dough and bake an apple pie with our heirlooms. Take home your pie, dough, and a tote for of heirloom baking apples.  The cost of the workshop is $50 and registration is required.

On-the-Farm Apple Harvest Dinner- Sat, Oct 28, 6 pm

The Scott Farm and Vermont Fresh Network will co-host our 10th annual harvest dinner at the farm’s apple barn. The 5-course meal showcases our delicious heirloom apples and cider and other local foods prepared by Chef Tristan Toleno of Entera Catering in Brattleboro.  BYOB.  Dinner is $50. per person.  Make your reservations early, the dinner sells out fast!

Holiday Harvest Pie Workshop -Sat, Nov 11, 10-1

The Queen Tarts, Pastry Chef Laurel Roberts Johnson, returns to Scott Farm to guide participants in making the quintessential holiday pie with our crisp apples, sweet pears and tart quince poached in cider and honey, all tucked into a flaky pastry crust. Take home your pie, dough, and a mixed tote of apples, pears and … >More

Annual Fruit Tree Sale, May 6th

Scott Farm will hold its 16th annual Fruit Tree and Perennial Plant Sale on May 6th from 9am – 1pm.  The sale will feature the best quality bare root trees available and potted perennials.  Zeke Goodband, the orchardist at Scott Farm, will answer any plant growing questions and provide sage advice on planting and tree … >More

Heirloom Apple Gift Boxes

Our Heirloom Apple Gift Box sales are now closed for the 2016 season.  We sincerely appreciate your interest in our heirloom apples and hope we will hear from you again when we are in season. Thank you for helping to make this a successful year!

Summer Apples

The summer apples are now ripening. We’ll do several pickings over the next few weeks as these apples ripen in waves on the trees. These early apples used to be very popular, almost every farm had a Yellow Transparent, Red Astrakan or Lowland Raspberry tree. These apples were like daffodils, fiddleheads or rhubarb, the first … >More

The mountains will sing and the trees clap their hands……..

Everyday now it is a little greener, all the different shades of green on the hillsides and fields, the lushness of Spring. At home we’re just about to let the sheep and their new lambs out on pasture with the just hatched goslings waddling in between. I’m almost finished planting new trees, more quince, Elephant … >More

How to plant your new tree

We are getting ready at the Scott Farm for our annual spring tree sale, May 4 & 5, from 9 – 3 both days.  Each year in early May we offer peach, plum, pear, cherry and apples trees along with lots of advice to customers that come to the farm. We usually have a few … >More

Another Pruning and Grafting Workshop

On Sunday, April 14th, Scott Farm will host a pruning and grafting workshop for back yard fruit growers from 9 am – Noon.  Participants will receive instruction while pruning a variety of old and young fruit trees from 9 -11 and practice grafting apple trees from 11 -12.  This class will discuss caring for their … >More

Waiting for Red Winged Black Birds by Zeke Goodband

It’s sugaring season in in Vermont  now.  The maple trees surrounding The Scott Farm orchard have been tapped by our neighbors and the sugary steam and smoke drifts from the sugar houses out over the orchard where Ben and I have been pruning since November. We have 6000 trees to prune with hand and pole … >More