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?
Posted by Sally Voris :: Wednesday, October 1 :: 6:05pm
One mother asked if the Fairy Gourd workshop could include children--her daughter is four and she loves fairies. Kerridwyn the fairy, says that parents will have to help cut the gourds with sharp knives--and if they undertake the project as a family effort, it should work fine.
Another mother asked about bringing her son. I realized that we could host a fire circle here on the farm after the workshop and make the evening a fine family event. Bring food for yourselves--the farm will provide very simple fare.
Fairy Gourd Workshop: Sunday, October 5 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Kerridwyn the fairy (Karen Boger) will guide participants in creating a fairy gourd home for home or garden. Bring your imagination and RSVP by Saturday so Karen can bring enough supplies. Some ten people came to the first workshop she held here--and it was a lovely, relaxing time of working with hands and crafts, visiting with old friends and new--and shifting consciousness and imagination.
Sally Voris, White Rose Farm