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Picture of Malabar FArm
     Malabar Farm, a historic stop along the Johnny Appleseed Historic Byway.
Take a virtual tour of the Johnny Appleseed Historic Byway by clicking on the map image below: Johnny Appleseed Map

Johnny Appleseed Historic Byway

Explore over 30 miles of byway along State Route 39 between Loudonville and Mansfield and State Route 603 between the Village of Mifflin and Malabar Farm celebrating the life of  John "Appleseed" Chapman, legendary orchardist and nurseryman. Chapman, aka Johnny Appleseed, was famous for planting apple orchards bearing fruit used in the making of hard cider. But John Chapman's greatest contribution to the American apple orchards was planting seeds rather than grafting trees. Historic sites along this byway include Chapman's original landholdings and nurseries as well as original sites of Native American culture and pioneer settlements.

 

 Contact

 

​William Jones
appleseedbyway@gmail.com

 

 Related Links & Documents

 
 

 Byway Highlights