We will learn foundational texts that survey GrowTorah’s 4 core values, exploring how we bring experiential Jewish Education into Jewish Day Schools. This event is closed to the public.
The Workmen’s Circle Taste of Jewish Culture presents Yiddish on the Farm: An Urban Twist on Harvest Classics. Local artisans and chefs will present farm-to-table Jewish traditions from Eastern Europe to the Middle East. Price Includes admission, drinks, and noshes.
GrowTorah will be presenting on various topics in Experiential Jewish Education.
Join us for a fun-filled morning of family gardening, Torah learning, vegetable snacking, DIY planters and more at SAR's rooftop Gan Ilan.
Rotate through six educational stations, grab a sweet treat from our ice cream truck, quench your thirst from our lemonade stand, take home your own planting creation, and sample edibles from our very own Gan Ilan presented by "The Musket Club".
GrowTorah will be marching with “Nature Israel” or ASPNI, the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel- Israel’s oldest and leading environmental NGO, as it marches for the first time, in unison with several other Jewish Environmental Organizations, including Canfei Nesharim: Sustainable living inspired by Torah & the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL). We will march in unity as a show of solidarity with Israel and its natural resources.
GrowTorah will be joining the Idea School Institute at the MakerXpo. We'll be composting food waste in our Worm Bin, and hosting a DIY upcycling station. Come by our station to upcycle your "trash", and think creatively about improving your personal impact on the earth.
Drop by and dig in with your family for a fun gardening workshop at the Massin home. We'll plant spring crops, tend the compost, learn some Torah, and share Brachot over yummy garden-themed beverages.
There is no fee, but donations are graciously accepted via our website (growtorah.org/donate), or by check.
We look forward to planting with you!
Hosted by Columbia/Barnard Hillel
Please join Hillel's First Year Leadership Fellowship in welcoming leaders in effective sustainability on a conversation on Jewish ethics, environmentalism and effective change within our communities.
JOSHUA JACOBS (Eden Village Camp)
RABBI MIKE MOSKOWITZ (Uri L'Tzedek)
YOSEF GILLERS (GrowTorah)
This event is dedicated in the memory of our dear friend, Hannah Weiss, Z"L who was a tireless advocate for sustainability within our community. She inspired us to be better, more ethical and sustainable consumers and this learning is dedicated to her legacy and values.
Rockland Farm Alliance is hosting their annual Spring Festival at Cropsey Community Farm in New City on Sunday, April 22ND, from 11am to 3pm. RAIN DATE is Sunday April 29th.
There will be Workshops on homesteading topics such as: Composting, Planting a Garden Bed, Beekeeping, Chickens, and a guided Foraging Walk. There will also be a number of Children's Activities & Crafts, Pony Rides, Face Painting, Live Music & Food.
In addition, there will be a variety of local Vendors, featuring handcrafted or locally sourced items, and services focused on environmental stewardship, sustainability, and healthy living.
This event is FREE to the public. We look forward to seeing you there!
Schedule of Events
*All Workshops will meet either in the Orchard or at the Barn
Live Music – Orchard All Day
Vendor Booths – Orchard All Day
Face Painting – Orchard All Day
Pony Rides – Orchard 12:00 – 2:00
Meet the Animals – Animal Enclosure 12:00 – 2:00
Greenhouse Tours – Barn 12:00, 1:00, 2:00
Chicken Tours – Barn 11:30, 12:00, 12:30
Planting Your Garden – Orchard 1:00, 2:00
Beekeeping – Barn 1:00
Composting – Orchard 1:30
Foraging Walk – Barn 2:30
To become a sponsor or vendor please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-634-3167 and speak with Joy Buckhout for more information.