FAQ

Three Chimney Farm is a homestead in Charlotte, VT which uses regenerative agriculture techniques. We operate using an e-commerce platform and partner with several co-working spaces, and Foam Brewery in Burlington. Members of the community can use our website to order vegetables and get them delivered to work or the brewery weekly, no long-term commitment necessary.

Three Chimney Farm is servicing all of the Burlington area! We offer private delivery on Thursdays to select businesses in Burlington area, in addition to a public delivery option at Foam Brewery on Wednesdays. There is no subscription or minimum amount required, so if you just want to order one time, that’s fine!

If you work with one of the private organizations we collaborate with, select your office as the delivery site when you checkout.

If you don’t work with one of the private businesses, we offer a public delivery service on Wednesday evenings at Foam Brewery! Simply select “Foam” as your delivery site on the checkout page to have your order available for pick-up on Wednesday evening.

We deliver to the public at Foam on Wednesday evenings from 5-6 pm. If you are a member of one of our workspaces, we deliver on Thursdays between 3-5 pm.

The website is open for weekly orders from 8 am on Monday until 10 am on Wednesdays. We do this so we can stay organized and keep proper track of our inventory each week. If you miss the order window, not to worry! We will have extra produce for sale on Wednesday evenings at Foam from 5-6, so come on down, grab some veggies, grab a beer, and celebrate the middle of the week!

Of course! Our farm is open to the public, we encourage you to come see what’s happening here! Just shoot us an email or text beforehand to make sure we’re here to show you around.

Our farm is not certified organic, however we only use organic growing methods. All of our seeds are organic and we never use chemical sprays. Ever. We pride ourselves on Keyline Agroforestry & Regenerative Agriculture practices, which are way Beyond Organic.

Our farm season is 21 weeks long, running from the beginning of June until late in October. We are working on partnering with larger producers to continue our deliveries into late Fall.