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Urban Farming Fellowship – Berkeley, CA

The fellowship is a three-month residential program for young adults that integrates:

  • Organic farming
  • Direct social justice work
  • Progressive Jewish living and learning

The curriculum gives participants significant skills, training, and experience in all aspects of:

  • Sustainable urban agriculture
  • Community building
  • Leadership development

Agents of Positive Change

The Fellowship is designed to equip participants with the tools to become agents of positive change – in their own lives and in their communities.

All Inclusive

Room, board, and educational programming are all covered by your highly subsidized program fee.

2014 Fellowship Dates

Spring: March 2 to May 23

Summer: June 8 to August 29

Fall: September 7 to November 25

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Impact of Urban Farm Experience

The Urban Adamah Fellowship was the most amazing three months of my life. The integration of the spiritual, agricultural, communal and social justice elements was powerful and seamless. It will change the course of my life in profound ways.

Zach Stein, Fall 2011

How We Grow in West Berkeley


Urban Adamah in a Nutshell

Urban Adamah is an organic urban farm and environmental education center. All our produce is distributed to members of the community in need through local food banks and our own Free Food Farm Stand.