Press Kit


Media Contact

For additional information, to arrange a visit, and to gain access to the password protected Pressroom Images pages, members of the media should contact Kelly Carlin or Tristam Johnson.

Kelly Carlin
Operations Manager, Scott Farm and Landmark Trust USA
Email: kellyc@landmarktrustusa.org
Office: 802-254-6868

Tristam Johnson
Interim Executive Director of Landmark Trust USA
Email: tristamj@landmarktrustusa.org
Office: 802-257-7783

Scott Farm Social Media Links

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScottFarmOrchard/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/scottfarmorchar    
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Scott Farm Orchard Logo

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Scott Farm History

See a pdf of our the history dating from 1791 to the present.

Current Press Releases

Celebrate Heirloom Apples at Scott Farm Orchard: 15th Annual Heirloom Apple Day Columbus Day Weekend plus Educational Workshops & an Apple Harvest Dinner, 8-9-17

Articles about Scott Farm Orchard & Landmark Trust USA’s Historic Properties Surrounding the Farm

Green Mountain Grub: The Best Things to Eat in Vermont by Melissa Paesanen, FoodNetwork.com, March 17, 2017
Best Apple Orchards in New England by Amy Traverso, Yankee Magazine, New England Today Travel, Sept 8, 2016
See the Vermont House Where Rudyard Kipling Wrote ‘The Jungle Book’, by Victoria Villeneuve, Houzz, April 9, 2016
Take Your Pick: So Many Places to Go for Apples in New England by Lauren Daley, The Boston Globe Travel, Oct 10, 2015
About Apples: A Fruit’s Eye View of the World by Garrett Heaney, The Montpelier Bridge, Sept 17, 2015
The Monk in the Apple Orchard by Rowan Jacobsen, Yankee Magazine, Sept, 2014
The Keeper of the Apples at Scott Farm in Vermont by Marcia Passos Duffy, The Heart of New England, 2004
The Cider House Rules (1999) Film Locations, The World Wide Guide to Movie Locations, Sept 7, 2014
Local Flavor: Heritage Harvest at Scott Farm by Allyson Wendt, Southern Vermont Arts & Living, Sept 8, 2014 

Radio Clips

Keeping Heirloom Apples Alive Is ‘Like A Chain Letter’ Over Many Centuries by Melissa Block,  All Things Considered, National Public Radio, Sept 19, 2014
Dummerston Woman Becomes an “Apple Harvest Widow” Once Again by Susan Keese, Vermont Public Radio, Oct 30, 2007, 1:22PM

TV- Video

Weekends with Yankee- Episode 105: Lost and Found, with PBS commentators Amy Traverso and Richard Wiese, April 30, 2017
Vermont’s Connection to ‘The Jungle Book, WCAX, April 15, 2016
Interview with Zeke Goodband by attendees of The Hill Workshops (2:06), Jan 27, 2014