Adamah programs give participants the tools to live more meaningful and connected lives.

Through the learning and practice of integrated Jewish and ecological wisdom, Adamah fosters powerful Jewish experiences for participants of all ages and backgrounds.

Immersive Retreats

We run joyous Jewish holiday celebrations, Family Farm Camps for young families, Jewish meditation retreats, and much more at the Pearlstone Campus and Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center


Adamah Farm Fellowship

This 3-month program for adults in their 20s and 30s integrates organic agriculture, farm-to-table living, Jewish learning, community building, social justice, and spiritual practice.


Welcome to the extraordinary world of Jewish Environmental Education! Immersive outdoor experiences for 4th – 6th grade students explore the ecological wisdom inherent in Jewish Tradition that inspires commitment to tikkun olam – healing the world. Teva builds awareness and responsibility while fostering personal growth and community building.

Adamah Adventure Camp

Talented farmer-educators, wilderness experts, and fun-loving counselors at Pearlstone lead kids through awesome adventures all summer long! Campers explore skill-building challenges, stories and songs, and community-building games.

Kids holding Jewish Youth banner

Jewish Youth Climate Movement

This nationwide Gen-Z led effort is a key onramp to Jewish engagement and education for young people. The next generation of Jewish leaders drive collective action toward climate justice, from organizing teach-ins and community action days, to founding their own local kvutzot (chapters) of the movement.

Local Community Programs

Dive into Permaculture, Wilderness Skills, and more through courses and workshops at Pearlstone. Or, get involved in our local programs in Detroit and other emerging Impact Hubs.

Jewish Climate Leadership Coalition

Join our network of Jewish community organizations who recognize the existential threat and moral urgency of climate change and commit to take action.