Welcome to Our 2015 Season!

Engage in life!

At White Rose Farm, we  offer a place 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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Events this weekend

Posted by Sally Voris :: Tuesday, June 30 :: 12:28pm

The farm will be closed on July 4. On July 5, the farm will be open from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.. Jake Riley will lead a tour of the farm focused on exploring wild foods and wild crafting from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.  

He writes, " A "Hyper" Time. In the season of the summer, we tend to be out doing a lot of things, either that be school, work, social activities, and everything else into the mix, but we also tend to have high stress.  Nature offers us a rare freedom from the painful and stressful concerns of society.  

St John's Wort is an effective herb to treat depression and nervous conditions.  In this class, we will go over the details of its herbal properties and you will create an oil to take home and use."

Cost for the program is $20/adult; $30/couple and $40.00 family. Bring a glass jar (no larger than 8 oz.) filled with high quality olive oil or you may purchase jar, oil and a muslin covering for the jar on the farm's exchange. Class size is limited. Register here

Sally Voris, White Rose Farm

www.whiterosefarm.com, 410-756-9303


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"Our residents had a wonderful time at White Rose Farm!  Thank you again for everything!" Sherry, Carroll Lutheran Village   


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Jake Riley will lead, "Into the Wild," a exploration of wild foods and wild crafting this Saturday, June 27 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.     

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