About White Rose Farm...

At White Rose Farm, we work in harmony with nature to cultivate a place of beauty, bounty and balance. We grow flowers, fruits, vegetables and herbs in a large garden. Our aim is to provide breathing space for us to develop our inner lives--to engage in a soulful journey grounded in the circle of life. Our approach was initiated by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner in 1924. He encouraged farmers to think of their farms as living organisms and to develop intimacy with nature. Come for a visit! Join us as we deepen our understanding of nature and of each other.   

Sally Voris


P.S. I write an occasional poem or reflection. Find it here.  





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Spring is coming! Can you feel it?

Posted by Sally Voris :: Saturday, March 2 :: 7:37pm


Spring is coming, though the wide extremes in weather have challenged piglets and lambs on my friend's farms. My heifer, Hazel, is due to calf in March. I will keep you posted. 

Our Circle's Board is in the midst of planning our programs for the  coming season. I'll share more details soon. For now, we have these events planned for March: 

GLOBAL SISTERHOOD GATHERING: Our next gathering will be on Wednesday, March 6 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Retreat House, 4234 Ruggles Road, Taneytown.  We will lead a program based on materials from the Global Sisterhood. The event is free and we collect donations to support women refugees.  RSVP.

Our next Women's Circle will be on Saturday, March 30 from 10:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Retreat House, 4234 Ruggles Road.  This is a time to pause, reflect, refill and reset our inner compass. We meet eight times a year to honor the seasons of the year and the seasons of our lives. The events include a seasonal ritual, a time of sharing, an art activity and a shared meal. (Bring food to share.)  Cost for participant: $25; first-timer, $15.00. Register here.

The Retreat House available for overnight stays for those who want to enjoy the quiet of the country and step away from technology and stress. 

May we prepare for spring and a new burst of energy!  






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Quiet time is starting....

Hazel is back! She is pregnant and due midwinter. Our thanks to Leah Mack, at whose farm Hazel and Daisy spent the summer with a virile bull.  Now we want to find Daisy, a pure-bred Jersey, a new home. She is pregnant and due mid-spring. Interested? Please contact me. Thanks. Sally    

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