Join us on the winter solstice for a guided night hike, bonfire, and intention setting/letting go practice!
Join us for this FREE community event at ThorpeWood’s lodge!
Live music! Kids’ Crafts! Santa! Cookies!
Looking for fulfilling and festive ways to fill your fall with fun? Check out this event hosted by SilvoCulture at the TW lodge on Nov. 12! Ticket proceeds will go toward SilvoCulture’s goal to plant 1 million nut trees in the mid-Atlantic. All tickets are tax-deductible. Click here for more info and ticket sales: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/6110914
September 21-28: We hosted Johns Hopkins University Applied Sustainabilities students under the care of Professor Paul Kazyak. This group stayed over in our homestead house for eight days. During this time, they were going on all sorts of educational field trips, learning about green building, pervious pavements, landfills, solar energy, composting, Leave No Trace, and Read More »
In this second week of September… We farm got busy all week with an enormous farm-wide cleaning project! We rolled up our sleeves, donned our gloves, and ordered the dumpster. And boy, was this an exciting project! So many of the back corners, basements, and storage rooms got a good tidying. It was so rewarding Read More »
Join us on the farm at ThorpeWood for a stargazing gathering! The TriState Astronomers will be bringing telescopes to help us take a closer look at the night sky. Reserve your spot using THIS LINK. Attendees can arrive anytime between 7:30 and 9:30 pm. Feel free to bring along your own chairs, blankets, and/or a Read More »
On July 10th, we were delighted to welcome three new goats to our farm! They are 6-month-old Nigerian Dwarf goats. After much deliberation and quality time loving them, Clare named them Pippin, Wally, and Peanut! We adopted them from the animal rescue ‘Farm Sweet Farm.’ If you want to learn more about this rescue, take Read More »
On Saturday, July 1st, we held our community Forest Therapy Walk in the bright early summer morning. We had a wonderful little group of ladies who came ready to engage with the forest and their senses. Their gentle presence at the farm was nourishing. We hope to do another community forest therapy walks again soon! Read More »