Welcome to Our 2015 Season!

Engage in life!

At White Rose Farm, we  offer a place and a space where people can connect directly with life. We are sharing the life of an old-time homestead with you. The farmhouse is comfortable like an old shoe. We have a small orchard, a berry patch, a big garden and enough animals to supply the farm and then some. We have a family cow, hogs, chickens, geese, ducks, a dog and a cat. 

In this upcoming season, the farm will host more programs, educational events and opportunities to get involved, including overnight stays in our retreat house and tours of the farm.

We invite you to come for a visit and find what feeds you!   

Sally Voris 

 

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Happy Memorial Day!

Posted by Sally Voris :: Monday, May 25 :: 11:08am

I visited my cousins years ago in Walla Walla, Washington over the Memorial Day weekend. On Memorial Day, Fran went into her garden and picked a big bouquet of roses. Then she and her husband, Bob, drove to the cemetery to place the roses there.

What a wonderful tradition! I share these images of roses with you to honor all those who we have loved who are no longer physically with us. I will share news tomorrow. Today, I share images of roses.....

May the fragrance and beauty of flowers touch you and those you love. 

Sally 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Heard this week:
"Love, love, love this place. It is so peaceful." Ethan    

 

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Events at the Farm!

On Sunday, May 31 starting at 4:00 p.m., the farm will host a full moon gathering focused on making elder flower champagne.  "This stuff is so good you can guzzle it!" Dellie. It is inexpensive, easy to make, slightly effervescent and mildly alcoholic.   

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At White Rose Farm, we experience and tend God's gift of life. We honor that gift by sharing it  with others. We invite you to honor our work by sharing with us, your money, time and/or donation of materials. Please join us! Become a member of the farm and its circle. We are engaging our hands, heads and hearts to restore wholeness to ourselves, our land and the natural world.