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Help White Rose thrive. 

This Giving Tuesday, consider giving to White Rose Farm! 

We are engaging people to work together to restore health to the land, the natural world and each other. We are fed deeply when we care for the land that provides for us. Our non-profit, White Rose Farm Circle, Inc. was founded in 2015. We now offer educational, community and seasonal events and volunteer opportunities at White Rose Farm, a 132-acre farm in northwest Carroll County.

Your donation would go towards events, workshops, and maintaining the beauty, bounty, and balance of the farm. We need your support to help us grow!

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Welcome!

Sharing Beauty, Bounty & Balance

Step into the Circle of life at White Rose Farm. Feed body, mind and spirit. Immerse yourself in the rhythms of planting, tending, harvest and quiet. Tend the farm animals; work in the garden; pick your own vegetables; breathe in fresh air. Learn new skills. Meet new people. Relax, retreat, recreate.

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Relieve stress and enhance your health by planting the seeds of community at White Rose Farm!

 

Touch glorious soil, breathe fresh air, and feel the stirrings of spring! We invite you to join us in the garden! 

Volunteers are tending our farm animals and our large garden on Monday, Thursday mornings, and Saturday mornings. Please join our Voxer group, White Rose Farm Circle Volunteers, so we can communicate updates. Or, leave a message so we can get you connected with our volunteer coordinator. 

Bring your own tools, gloves, and boots to minimize social contact. (We have soap, water, and paper towels for handwashing. )

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"For me the farm is a nice place to slow down, to step away from technology and noise. Carroll County is a farming county, but the big farms aren't accessible to people who want a taste of country life. I think that White Rose can offer that taste of what we envision small family farms can be. For the kids it's just so good to see them outside, away from roads and cars, away from video games."

-Shawn

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