Welcome to Our 2014 Season!

Holding and sharing wholeness--that is now the focus at White Rose Farm. The farm now radiates wholeness in the form of beauty, bounty and balance. That experience is available to those who visit--and to those who are touched by the farm's produce and products.

Theologian Thomas Berry said that we are touched by what we touch; we are shaped by what we shape; we are enhanced by what we enhance. Our relationship with nature is our primary experience of the divine. The outer world of nature and the inner world of humans go together.  

In our modern world, there are few places that encourage a deep connection with the natural world. At White Rose Farm, we invite people into the gardens to connect and to create with nature. By connecting and creating, we promote wholeness in ourselves and in our world.

We restore our commons--common air, common water, common-unity.

How exciting! Won't you join us?    

Sally Voris

 

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Gospel singing in the barn at the farm!

Posted by Sally Voris :: Monday, November 10 :: 7:36am

 
We invite you to help us raise the roof of the barn with Gospel singing on Sunday, November 23, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m We will have a fire circle and informal sharing afterwards, weather permitting.
 
What better place to thank the land than on a farm!
 
Wishing you a great Thanksgiving!

Sally Voris, White Rose Farm

www.whiterosefarm.com, 410-756-9303

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I enjoyed coming. I learned a lot! Ella

 

 

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Join us on Sunday, November 23 for Gospel singing in the barn from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. Weather permitting, we will host a fire circle after the singing. 

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Owner Sally Voris has been inspired by Charles Eistenstein, author of Sacred Economics. He encourages us to honor that the gifts we give each other have more than monetary value. The farm now is focused on honoring the circle of life, rather than on selling vegetables. We invite you to step into that circle by making a contribution to the farm. Know that it costs roughly $125/day to maintain the farm.