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May 2024 at ThorpeWood

Happy Summertime and welcome to our May newsletter! Boy, those April showers sure did bring ‘em. Check out what ThorpeWood and its flowers have been up to this May. Programs Did you know that nonprofit and educational groups can facilitate their own programs at ThorpeWood? Students from the Poolesville High School Ecology Program joined their Read More »

April 2024 at ThorpeWood

Welcome to our April newsletter!  It was another busy month at ThorpeWood. The days have been flying by, alongside handfuls of pink magnolia petals and painted lady butterflies. Take a gander at what we did in last month.  In staff news, we are delighted to announce the arrival of Angelica Bristor, LMSW, as our new Read More »

Steadfast First Annual Pig Roast Fundraiser

Please join us in supporting our program partner, Steadfast: Standing Firm Against Youth Homelessness, at their First Annual Pig Roast Fundraiser!* This family event will showcase Black Hog BBQ’s renowned spit-roasted pork barbecue. Side dishes, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages are all included! There will also be a silent auction, games, fishing, and music from Read More »

Spring Nature Photography Workshop, 4/20

Join us for our Spring Nature Photography Workshop with Master-Naturalist-in-Training Melissa Willhouse. Melissa is an environmentalist with experience in communications, storytelling, photography, and education. She has a M.Sc in Environmental Science & Policy from The Johns Hopkins University, and in 2023 co-founded the mental health nonprofit Mind & Environment Society. Saturday, April 20th, 9-11am. Bring: Read More »

February 2024 at ThorpeWood

Welcome to our February newsletter! As we revel in the first warm days of March, which brought the sounds of spring peepers back to the farm, let’s take a look at what we were up to last month. In staff news, this month we welcomed Sam Whalen to the team as our new Facilities Manager. Read More »

January 2024 at ThorpeWood

It’s been a cold, eventful month at ThorpeWood! This January we welcomed snow to the farm, hosted a few nonprofit and educational groups, and said goodbye to a valued member of our team.  Winter is a time for hunkering down and planning on the farm. During the coldest weather of the year, our outdoor programs Read More »

For more information, please contact Kaili van Waveren, Executive Director
301.271.2823 • [email protected]