We had a truly fantastic webinar this week and I would like to, again, thank our friend Gary Oppenheimer for his inspirational and helpful talk. It was a real treat. I encourage all of you to check out the recording if you missed it. Gary suggests an easy lift that could make a big difference. […]
Find resources on how to grow certain vegetables and then what to do with them once harvested. Arugula Beets Bell Peppers Bok Choi Broccoli Rabe Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Celery Chives Collard Greens Eggplant Escarole Garlic Scapes Garlic Kohlrabi Leeks Lettuce Mustard Greens Onions Parsley Parsnips Pea Shoots Potatoes Radishes Rutabaga Scallions Summer Squash
In this lesson, participants will have the opportunity to think beyond their own garden and analyze two food systems at play in the world–local and global. Once students grasp these two simplified food systems that represent how our food is currently produced, they will explore which system aligns best with Jewish values. This lesson was […]
Source texts about trees and permaculture within Jewish tradition and history.
Learn about various Jewish traditions and their spiritual basis, and how farming and sustainability can be spiritual and religious activities.
Provided are the curriculum materials produced and used by the Jewish Farm School.
Provided are perspectives on urban living through a Jewish lens and includes biblical texts on communal responsibility, urban farming, and moral thoughts regarding where we live, as well as how to start worm composting.
The Jewish Farm School led a workshop series dedicated to teaching traditional “shtetl skills,” including learning on shmita, permaculture, and cheese making.
Resources regarding our relationship with soil in the Jewish tradition, and how to support healthy soils.