We are inspired by our peers in other communities who have embraced a connection to the land as a way for people to connect meaningfully with Judaism, each other and the surrounding community. According to Hazon, the leading Jewish organization creating healthy and sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond, there are currently a total of thirteen Jewish community farms in the United States and Canada.


Urban Adamah is an educational farm and community center in Berkeley, California, that integrates the practices of Jewish tradition, sustainable agriculture, mindfulness and social action to build loving, just and sustainable communities. Urban Adamah started in 2010 and is currently expanding and building a new campus. 


Located in Southern California, Coastal Roots Farm integrates Jewish tradition and sustainable agriculture to grow and share healthy food especially with those most in need, learn about and care for the land, and help strengthen connections between neighbors.



Located in Western Philadelphia, The Jewish Farm School teaches about contemporary food and environmental issues through innovative trainings and skill-based Jewish agricultural education.