Jewish Organic Farming Fellowship in Connecticut

Jewish Organic Farming Fellowship

Jewish Organic Farming Fellowship in Connecticut for 2016

The Adamah Fellowship is a three-month leadership training program for young adults that integrates organic farming, sustainable living, Jewish learning, community building, and contemplative spiritual practice. Adamah is located in the Connecticut Berkshires, where fellows live surrounded by the beauty of the natural world and a unique all-stream Jewish Retreat Center.Organic Farm Fellowship Lake

A typical day is spent on our six-acre farm, in our commercial kitchen and on our goat pasture, helping to create a sustainable business that models ecological design, financial viability and social responsibility. Evenings are spent learning about Judaism and sustainability, building community and cultivating leadership skills. Our amazing staff and assortment of visiting faculty will help you listen to and follow your soul’s yearning for ecological and spiritual wholeness, recraft a Jewish identity that sings to you, and build relationships and skills that will sustain you for the rest of your life.

2016 Dates:

SPRING: April 10th – June 19th

SUMMER: June 15th- August 21st

FALL: August 17th – November 20th

For more information about program fees and financial aid, please visit our website! College credit is available for our summer session.

What our alumni are saying:

“Adamah is an experience that lets you work with your mind and your hands in a way you never thought possible!”

“Adamah gracefully balances Judaism, farming, and sustainable living in a way that makes it both accessible and deeply meaningful.”

“Adamah cultivates a deeply empowered and highly skilled group of young people who become agents of change in the world.”

Apply today! http://hazon.org/adamah/adamah-fellowship-2/

1 Comment on Jewish Organic Farming Fellowship in Connecticut

  1. Hi, I want to do fellowship in organic farming, please guide me how it will possible, because i want to help farmers in terms of knowledge.

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