As the Director of Adamah, Rebecca recruits, teaches, and mentors Adamah fellows. Since being an Adamah fellow herself in the Fall of 2005, Rebecca has taught at The Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, California, managed the Organic Farmer Training Program at Michigan State University, and operated her own small farm business, Bloomfield Farm, in Ottawa, Canada. Her values of good food, strong community, and the connection to something-greater has brought her back to Adamah. She loves yoga, coffee shops, walking in the woods, and any time spent at her family cottage in Temagami, Ontario.
Dahlia came to Adamah as an apprentice after participating in the 2018 summer fellowship. She’s worked in interfaith relations and studied Judaism/religion in both Jewish settings and academically. Dahlia’s excited to be back on the east coast farming, pickling, jamming, and learning all other sorts of food growing and preserving at Isabella Freedman.Falls Village, CT | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shamu Fenyvesi Sadeh is the co-founder and director of Adamah, and prior to that he worked as the Director of Teva. He teaches Judaism and ecology, turns the compost piles, maintains the orchards, and supervises and mentors staff and Adamah Fellows. His wife Jaimie and kids Yonah, Ibby and Lev keep the bees, help harvest and pickle, and DJ staff dance parties.Falls Village, CT | 860.824.5991 x300 | email@example.com
Cole is excited to be continuing their work as an Adamah Apprentice for a second season and to be a 2019-2020 JOFEE Fellow. Cole was an Adamah fellow in the Fall of 2017, and developed a passion for farming, pickling, and the Adamah program. Cole is from Chatham, NY and graduated from Brandeis University. Post-college, they have worked in Boston in the Jewish non-profit sector, as a union organizer, and in the service industry. Cole loves vegetables, green-houses and Sauerkraut.Falls Village, CT | firstname.lastname@example.org
Janna leads the Adamah crew in growing organic vegetables for CSA distribution, value-added production, Isabella Freedman food service, and donations, while maintaining the fields as resonant learning space for fellows and visitors. She teaches classes on practical farming and gardening skills as well as classes that explore the big picture systems, policies and issues that shape what we eat and how it is grown. Janna lives in Falls Village with her daughter Tzuf and their cats.Falls Village, CT | 860.824.5991 x303 | email@example.com
Noah Wolf-Prusan is the Barnyard and Farming Apprentice for Adamah. He grew up in San Francisco, CA and spent his childhood summers playing among many different Jewish camp communities on the West Coast. He has a undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon, and has spent time as a kayak guide, camp counselor, development associate, and federal consultant. His love of goats, farming, and food brought him back to Adamah where he is excited to be working as an Apprentice.Falls Village, CT | firstname.lastname@example.org