About 1,000 Stone Farm
The farm is a 4-season certified organic homestead farm that is providing our community with the food they need year-around at a cost that is realistic for the consumer, supportive of the farmer, and the farm while also being good to the land. We are located in the rocky and rolling hills of Brookfield, VT just north of its famous floating bridge on Sunset Lake. Brookfield is just south of Montpelier by twenty miles.
Born and raised in Virginia, Kyle moved to Vermont in 2012 to be closer to his extended family in New England and the mountains where he loves to backpack, ski, and mountain bike. Kyle chose to live in Vermont to be part of a community that believes in and supports sustainability, particularly related to food, clean water and a healthy climate that supports food production. Kyle practices organic farming so that he can take care of the land that feeds him, and so that he can do his best for the planet by putting his resources into healthy ecosystems and high-quality food. He enjoys finding innovative ways to produce nutritious high-quality food on a small piece of land.
We provide our customers, whether it is a local restaurant or a neighbor down the street, with sustainably grown produce. Join our Spring, Summer and Winter CSA programs or find us at the Burlington Farmers Market and Uncommon Market and Hunger Mountain Coop in Montpelier. We’re also on the menu at Three Penny Taproom in Montpelier, Tulsi Tea Room in Montpelier, Sarducci’s in Montpelier, and Ariel’s Restaurant in Brookfield.