Jewish Farm School equips and mobilizes Jews to be part of building a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system. We renew our connection to land, food, spirit, and communal celebration. We root this work in Jewish values, traditions, and the cycles of the Hebrew calendar.
We serve our communities by offering skills-based trainings and food justice education, garden-based programming, hosting Shabbat and holiday gatherings, and acting in solidarity with non-Jews who uproot systems of oppression that unjustly influence our agricultural, environmental, and social wellbeing.
Learn more about our programs here.