Facilitated by Jewish Farm School and Adamah staff
This track will give you the skills, knowledge and Judaic background you need to start a Jewish agricultural education program in your community. Explore the fields, gardens, greenhouses, pastures and farm animals of Isabella Freedman’s Adamah program (a Jewish farming apprenticeship) and learn how to facilitate Jewish gardening activities and do-it-yourself food projects for all ages. You will also study ancient and contemporary texts exploring themes of food justice, Jewish agricultural law and sustainability.
Sample classes (may include):
• Garden design and permaculture principles
• Making compost
• Food systems, food justice and Jewish agricultural laws
• Pickling and preserving food
• Jewish animal husbandry
• Using holidays as a framework for teaching farm and garden curricula
Register by Apri l 22 and Save $100 with our Early Bird Special!