Adamah cultivates the soil and the soul to produce food, to build and transform identities, and to gather a community of people changing the world. That means we grow vegetables, fruit, herbs, goats, flowers, eggs, and more using organic and sustainable methods and grow people by creating hands-on experiences with ecology, food systems, spiritual practice, a vibrant evolving Judaism, and intentional community.
You can get a taste of Adamah by joining us for a day, a week, or three months; by eating from the farm at the Isabella Freedman Dining Hall; and by buying our pickles, jams, or vegetables as part of our CSA and buying clubs.
We’ve literally gotten closer to the earth here – bending down into it, spending so much time outdoors with the air kissing our bodies, in all kinds of weather.
Now in its tenth successful year, the Adamah Fellowship is a three-month leadership training program for young adults in their 20s that integrates organic farming, sustainable living, Jewish learning, community building and contemplative spiritual practice. Learn more or apply here for the 2015 spring, summer, or fall fellowship.
Adamah Farmers will be selling Organic and Kosher handmade Lacto-fermented pickles and seasonal jams from produce produced on their farm.
Adamah Farmers will be selling their Organic and Kosher products in White Plains, NY.
Want to get in touch? We’d love to hear from you!
Dr. Shamu Sadeh, Director of Adamah Falls Village, CT | 860.824.3003 x1 | email@example.com Sarah Chandler, Director of Earth Based Spiritual Practice Falls Village, CT | 860.824.3003 x4 | firstname.lastname@example.org Janna Berger, Field Manager Falls Village, CT | 860.824.3003 x5 | email@example.com Arthur Schwab, Director of Value Added Products Falls Village, CT |860.824.3016 | firstname.lastname@example.org Chef Adam SaNogueira, Director of Food Services Falls Village, CT | 860.824.3003 x2 | email@example.com Market Inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org Pickle Club Inquiries email@example.com
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Half of our funding comes from individual donations. If you believe that building Jewish identity and community, renewing ancient Jewish ecological, agricultural and spiritual wisdom, and producing healthy organic kosher food products are worthy goals, please make a donation, or consider becoming a monthly supporter of the Adamah program and help our work to take root, grow, and flourish!