For Your Group or School
Each of our experiential programs is designed to foster connections — to ourselves, to each other, to the food we eat and to the natural world. Drawing on the practices of sustainable agriculture and the richness of Jewish tradition, our programs integrate hands-on farm activities together with story, ritual and song to create truly memorable learning experiences.
Most of our programs also include age-appropriate farm projects — planting, harvesting, building and animal tending — all of which contribute to the food justice efforts that Urban Adamah is making in the local community.
We welcome groups of all cultural and religious backgrounds, and adapt programs to meet the needs of each group we serve.
Download our brochure to learn all the details about our group programs.
To inquire about bringing your group or class to Urban Adamah, contact Rachel Binstock at rachelbinstock(at)urbanadamah.org or 510-649-1595 ext 104.
Organizations Who Have Brought Groups to Urban Adamah
Since we opened our gates in 2011, we’ve run programs for more than 50 Bay Area Jewish and secular organizations and schools. See full list.
Read reviews of our programs.