Help us finish our chestnut orchard and become an enduring part of climate resilience and the Adamah Farm.
We’ll be dedicating a plaque to all those who have adopted a tree in the orchard.
Celebrate growth and resilience in this year of 2021.
What better way than through adopting new trees on the Adamah Farm?!
Adamah’s new chestnut orchard in Falls Village, CT, will produce several thousand pounds of chestnuts.
We are so inspired by trees that we call the Torah the Tree of Life.
The ancient Jewish idea of paradise — the Garden of Eden — is an orchard! Tradition says if you are planting when the Messiah arrives, you must finish *before* greeting the Messiah! Yes, Jews have been tree huggers for thousands of years!
Reforestation is a key way of stabilizing the climate.
It is also connecting to our larger purpose on the planet: building resilience against climate change!
We are blessed to be stewards of this land.
In addition to producing food for the local community, Isabella Freedman guests, and our food access partners, plan to use the chestnut orchard as a model for educating people about the importance of agroforestry, climate resilience and the choices we make on the land and on our plates!