Courses by instructor: Rachel Binstock
Rachel Binstock is the Senior Farm Educator and JOFEE Fellow at Urban Adamah. She is a Chicago native and studied Environmental Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis. Since graduating she has been studied and taught Jewish-inspired earth-connection as a farmer, activist, and educator, most recently at Eden Village Camp in New York, where she worked as an educator and Assistant Farm Director. She loves bringing Jewish tradition to life through farm and forest. You can find her most often at the kids’ table, making pie or practicing Hebrew calligraphy.
Shmita and land ethics
Shmita is most often described as shabbat for the earth, but it also provides ethics around loans, land ownership, resource sharing, and production. Come learn more about our ancient tradition's framework for land management, and ...