Abundance Farm – Abundance Farm is a Jewish food justice farm and outdoor classroom located in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Amir Project – Amir cultivates youth to change tomorrow. Their goal is to inspire and empower youth through the medium of farming and gardening, helping to foster a more just and compassionate world.
Camp Tawonga – To foster positive self-image and self-esteem, create a cooperative community, build a partnership with nature, and explore spirituality and positive Jewish identity in children.
Eden Village Camp – This non-profit overnight camp brings an innovative focus on farming, food, and wilderness to the best of traditional camp.
Ekar Farm – From the platform of their urban farm, they apply the practices of ancient traditions, customs and teachings to engage the Colorado community in the solutions to many contemporary issues.
Jewish Farm School – The Jewish Farm School is dedicated to teaching about contemporary food and environmental issues through innovative trainings and skill-based Jewish agricultural education.
Jewish Initiative for Animals (JIFA) – The Jewish Initiative for Animals provides new ways for the Jewish community to bring its values of compassion for animals into practice and strengthen Jewish communities in the process.
Milk & Honey Farm at the Boulder JCC – Milk and Honey Farm at the J will be a 2 acre educational sustainable farm that brings the greater community together via experiential programs and activities designed to ignite wonder and discovery, grounded in vast Jewish heritage, tradition, and values.
Pearlstone – The Pearlstone Retreat Center ignites Jewish passion. Their retreat center, farm, and programs enable and inspire vibrant Jewish life.
Pushing the Envelope – Pushing the Envelope Farm is a community farm and education center in Chicagoland’s Fox Valley. They explore Jewish connection to the land. We also provide hands-on educational experiences.
Ramah Outdoor Adventures – Ramah Outdoor Adventures’ mission is to provide outstanding outdoor adventure experiences that teach Jewish values and age appropriate leadership skills and influence the character development of Jewish youth.
Shoresh – Shoresh is the Hebrew word for “root.” Grounded in Canadian soil, Shoresh helps community members get back to their Jewish roots
Urban Adamah – Urban Adamah is a three-month residential leadership-training program for young adults that integrates urban organic farming, social justice work and progressive Jewish living and learning.
Wilderness Torah – Wilderness Torah reconnects communities to the ancient, earth-based Jewish heritage, sparking transformative Jewish experiences that build community and strengthen Jewish identity.