You can farm if you want to


Love to farm? Get your hands dirty? Make things grow, or work with organizations that do?

A slew of  opportunities  from our friends in the Jewish farming and ecology world….

1.  TEVA Learning Alliance seeks an Educator at Isabella Freedman Center, Fairs Village, CT.

2. Adamah is looking for interns for their Jewish Urban Farming Fellowship in Berkeley, CA.

3. Wilderness Torah seeks a Festival Coordinator in Berkeley, CA.

4. Teva is also looking for a Program Coordinator!

Want to learn more about these positions? Click here!

One Response to “You can farm if you want to”

  1. …and don’t forget the awesome upcoming annual Golus Festival up at the Yiddish Farm in NY!

    To learn more and register, check out their site: www.yiddishfarm.org/registration.html


    Raysh Weiss · August 16th, 2012 at 11:26 pm

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