White Pond Farm
Family-Friendly Biological Flower Farm, Vegetable stand and Sculpture Studio
White Pond Farm is a small, family owned farm in Stow, Massachusetts. Vegetables are cultivated using organic farming methods. Its goal is to produce high quality tasting fruits and vegetables without the use of chemical fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. We feed the soil which in turn feeds the plants making for delicious vegetables. In addition, we carve granite garden sculptures and granite bird baths.
Products We Sell
From vegetables to jarred preserves, you will find the freshest variety of fruits and vegetables at White Pond Farm. Whether shopping for Vegetables or Homemade Jams, we have a variety of products for you to choose from at our local farm stand.
You will find hand crafted granite garden sculptures and granite birth baths. Andrew Mintz is a regionally recognized stone sculptor in addition to being a farmer. His work has been exhibited in museums and craft shows from New York to Maine. The bird baths are carved using hammer and chisel, power tools and diamonds to create beautiful, highly polished bird baths for your garden and feathered visitors.
Buy White Pond Farms seasonal vegetables to truly enjoy what nature has to offer! We make huge efforts so that we can guarantee you that everything we sell at White Pond Farm is 100% natural. We are able to assure you that all of our produce is 'Farm Fresh" usually picked in the morning and high in sugars and nutrients.
HOMEMADE JAMS AND JELLIES
Pick up your Homemade Jams from White Pond Farm. We have been told by many of our customers that they simply love our Homemade Jams, and we can’t say we blame them. That’s because everything we grow at White Pond Farm is grown with love, so our food looks better, smells better, and tastes better. Try it out yourself.
Calendar of Events
Fun for the Whole Family!
Mid June thru mid SWeptember 2023
The Flower CSA starts in Mid June.
$180 for 15 weeks of U=Pick flowers.
For more detailed information and an application, Go to Contact Us on Menu Bar.
June thru Mid October 2022
The Farm Stand is a self serve honor system. Simply pick your seasonal produce and weight it. Add a jar of delicious Triple Berry, Lemon Blueberry, Jalapeno Pepper Jelly or any of the other jams and jellies on the stand. You can pay with cash, Paypal or Venmo. Don't forget a bouquet of flowers!
Craft Show Schedule for Granite Bird Baths
March thru November 2023
Paradise City, Marlborough, MA
March 17, 18,1 9
Paradise City, Northampton, MA
May 27, 28, 29
Lyndhurst Craft Fair, Tarrytown, NY
May 7, 6, 7
Guilford Craft, CT July 14,15,16
Laudholm Craft, Wells, ME Sep 9, 10
Paradise City, Northampton, MA
October 7, 8, 9
Paradise City, Marlboro, MA
November 18,19 & 20
Weddings on the Farm
This wedding was held in August 2019. Pictured here are Talia and Zach in the flower garden.
White Pond Farm has several areas that are suitable for a reception, dance area, wedding and dinning tent. In addition there is a barn that can be used in case of inclement weather or for a cocktail hour.
Lighted Outside Dance Floor
The outside patio with lightening can accommodate small to large gatherings.
large Field for Tents
There is a large open field next to the market garden ideally situated for tent placments.
Andrew works day and night to make sure that White Pond Farm produces tasty, nutritious food year round and educates our community on the benefits of sustainable agriculture. He is also a stone sculptor with granite as his medium.
Mary has been a part of White Pond Farm since the very start, taking care of business and making sure things are running properly at the farm. Mary takes care of all the flowers and makes eye catching bouquets.
Tyler has been a part of White Pond Farm since the very beginning. At the age of 10 he set up the first farm stand, selling produce he picked from the family garden. He helped build the greenhouses and designed the White Pond Farm Brand.
Alexi has been an invaluable member of the farm team. She is not afraid of hard work and you could not have asked for a better daughter to help out when needed on the farm. She brings her business acumen to many of our farm decisions.