About White Rose Farm...

We cultivate a relationship with nature at White Rose Farm. We use biodynamic practices and principles, an approach 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. The farm's focus is to create a place of beauty, bounty and balance where people can re-create themselves! Come for a visit! Join us as we deepen our understanding of nature and of each other.   

Sally Voris

P.S. I have begun posting a blog to share some reflections on intimacy with nature.You can find it at farmersazzy.silvrback.com





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Work and play in rhythm

Posted by Sally Voris :: Sunday, February 11 :: 8:52pm


Teepee rising! Thanks to Joe Camlin, Richard Swerling and Rod Smith (who lent us a  draw knife), we prepared the long maple poles, (harvested from the farm),  lifted them, tied them and then anchored the frame into the ground with rope. We plan to install the covering at our next full moon celebration on Saturday, March 3 at 3:30 p.m. with a potluck and fire circle following the work. The event is free; donations are gratefully accepted. All are welcome! RSVP. 

GLOBAL SISTERHOOD GATHERING: Our next gathering will be on this Thursday, February 15 from 7 to 9:00 p.m. at the farm, 5009 Teeter Road, Taneytown. MD.  Renee Deiaco will lead the program with the theme: Inspired Vision: I serve the world with love and wisdom.  The event is free. We will collect donations to support women refugees. RSVP. 

FULL MOON: At our last full moon event, folks who came simply stood and watched the moon rise. It was simple; it was spectacular; it was humbling. Later, we stood around the bonfire as we prepared the site for the teepee.

We plan to install the covering for the teepee at our next full moon celebration on Saturday, March 3 starting at 3:30 p.m. A potluck and fire circle will follow the work. The event is free; donations are gratefully accepted. All are welcome! RSVP. 

We imagine  inviting our extended community to events at the full moon as a way of building community. We hope to plan activities that will promote safe space for our children and grandchildren. For instance, we could organize a day when men take the lead in building smaller teepees that they could erect in their own back yards--a safe place for their children to sit and dream. 

A CALL TO OUR BROTHERS! We are inviting men to become involved in our planning process for the upcoming season. Please let us know of your interest!  

May we nurture the seeds of community with each other and with the land.    



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Moonlight, Starlight!

Our programs this month feature moonlight. Come join us! 

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