Farm FAQs

Scott Farm 1862 barnOwnership
Scott Farm, a for-profit business, is owned by Landmark Trust USA who acquired the farm in 1995.

Mission Statement
The Landmark Trust USA (LTUSA) is a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation established in 1991 to carry on historic preservation work in America according to the model established by the Landmark Trust UK.  LTUSA identifies neglected properties of architectural and historical merit and restores them using traditional skills and methods. Rescued buildings are then sustained as “living history” by making them available year-round as vacation rentals for those seeking inspiring places to stay.

At Scott Farm, this has meant revitalizing the entire farm operation from orchard to farmhouses to barns— to include 23 outbuildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Scott Farm History
See About

Scott Farm Acreage
571 total farm, 40 acres of orchard, 3 acres of pick your own

Orchardist
Ezekiel Goodband, on staff since 2001

Approximate Number of  Apple Trees
6000

Total Varieties of Ecologically Grown Apples
125 varieties of apples

Heirloom Apple Varieties
See Heirloom Apple Collection 

You-Pick Varieties
See Pick Your Own

Other Ecologicially Grown Fruits & Crops
Figs, grapes, peaches, plums, pears, nectarines, cherries, gooseberries, currants, medlars, quince, pluots, heirloom flint corn, gourds, squash, pumpkins and hops

Energy Efficiency Measures
Scott Farm is powered by 165 solar panels

Wi-Fi Access
Wi-Fi is available on the property

Services
Wholesale and retail apples, farm market, fruit CSA, weddings, events, workshops, and year-round vacation rentals

Months Scott Farm is Open to the Public
July – November, hours vary

Where Scott Farm Heirloom Apples are Sold (Geographic Scope)
See Where to Buy