How to enter: 1. Visit the barnyard at Isabella Freedman in April or May 2014. Take a photo with your favorite goat with your phone or camera. 2. Upload your #goatselfie to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. To be part of the contest, the photo must include the following: include the hashtag #goatselfie in the text of the post tag your location at Isabella Freedman or include @IFJRC or @adamahfarm make sure your post is ‘public’ so that your happy moment of goat love can be shared with all **For those who prefer not to post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you can also enter via email firstname.lastname@example.org. 3. Our esteemed panel of goat herders will choose ten finalists on June 1. Then the public will vote on the best photo via our website. The winner will be announced at the Teva Seminar on June 12. The winner will receive a one-of-a-kind water color drawing of your #goatselfie by Adamah Farm Barnyard Manager, Meredith Cohen, as well as a half pound of our delicious goat cheese. Note: Individuals may submit multiple unique entries – however, re-posting the same photo too many times will result in disqualification. Make sure to follow #goatselfie […]
Photos from Hazon Events
Our 10 cross-country cyclists and 60 others who joined along the way raised over $120,000 in support of sustainable food systems from over 1200 donors.
This week, the ride began in Dayton, dipped into West Virginia, and ends in Pittsburgh.
This week, the ride began in Chicago, stopped in Indianapolis, ends in Dayton and Columbus.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Hazon Happy Hour last week at the Crooked Knife!
This week, the ride began in Madison, WI and ends in Chicago, IL for tours of Jewish Farms, Shabbat, and Tisha B’Av. Next week, the riders make stops in Indianapolis and travel to Ohio to spend Shabbat in Dayton.
Wondering what it’s like to ride your bike across Israel?
Last week, the ride began in the Twin Cities and ended in Madison, WI for Shabbat. This week, the riders make their way to Chicago for a slew of events on Jewish Farms.
This week, the ride began in Aberdeen, SD and ends in the Twin Cities in Minnesota.
This week, the ride began in Spokane WA and ends in Helena at Carroll College where they’ll be joined by Rabbi Ed Staffman visiting from Bozeman.