The 2024 Adamah at Home Winter Series is a 7-week course to build food skills and cultivate Jewish ecological wisdom in community.
Sessions are on Mondays 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm from January 22 through March 4, 2024. Join us for a single session, the whole series, or anywhere in between.
We will dig into content from the Adamah Farm Fellowship program where we have been cultivating the soil and the soul for the past twenty years. Over five hundred fellowship alumni have gone on to be earth-connected Rabbis, Jewish-connected farmers, food justice advocates, composters, healers, and everything in between.
Not everyone has the ability to join us on the land in Falls Village for the three-month residential fellowship, so we are offering the winter series to be accessed at home via the internet. Each session will blend the elements that we’ve found so transformative here on the farm – ritual, collaborative learning, and hands-on skills. Click through the menu below to learn more about program costs, session descriptions, the educators, and other details about the series.
This has been an incredible experience and has given me a new framework to work with as I continue to learn about Judaism, sustainability, and agriculture
Adamah at Home Alumni
This program is offered on a sliding scale.
Each session is costly to produce, as is sustaining the farm that provides the foundation of our work. If you are able, please contribute as generously as your budget allows. We recommend a minimum of $126 for the series (or $18/session you plan to attend). If cost is a burden, we’re excited to have you regardless of how much you contribute.
Shamu is the co-founder of the Adamah Farm and Fellowship and has been taking people into the woods (Yeah Teva!) and on to the farm for 30 years. He loves leading morning prayers around the fire and schlepping goat fencing, mulch, or compost!
Janna leads the Adamah Farm crew in growing organic vegetables; teaches skills and food system context; and generates Jewish grassroots food advocacy opportunities. Physical work in the soil inspires her approach as a farmer, educator, and advocate.
After working with the Adamah Farm Fellowship as a farm apprentice for two years, Luna is honored to be back! Chances are you’ll find her singing around a campfire, creating shtick, or marveling at the natural world’s many wonders.
Systems of power disproportionately impact accessibility to programs like these for people of marginalized identities. We deeply value the leadership and participation of Jews of diverse backgrounds and experiences, related to class, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, gender, ability and more. We strongly encourage Jews of marginalized identities to apply.
Adamah at Home welcomes folks who are new to these endeavors, as well as those with previous experience who wish to expand their skill set. Alumni are also welcome!
Interested? Have Questions? email Managing Director of Education Shamu Sadeh: email@example.com
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