Reconnect to what most nourishes :
breath, body, earth, community.

Urban Adamah is an educational farm and community center in Berkeley, California that integrates the practices of Jewish tradition, mindfulness, sustainable agriculture, and social action to build loving, just, and sustainable communities. We provide training programs, educational workshops, and community celebrations for more than 15,000 visitors annually.

The Fellowship

The Urban Adamah Fellowship is three-month residential leadership program for adults ages 21 – 31. The Fellowship combines organic farming, mindfulness practice, social justice training, and Jewish living and learning.

Events & Retreats

We offer an ever-expanding calendar of community programs for adults, children, and families: Holiday celebrations, Agricultural trainings, Jewish learning, Musical performances, and much more. Come visit us soon!

Youth & Families

Our year-round youth camps and programs integrate hands-on farm activities together with story, ritual, and song to create memorable learning experiences, deep connections, and lasting impact.

Come Learn & Play with Us!

Essentials of Urban Farming: A 4-week Series

Dreaming of growing your own fruits and veggies?  Learn the essentials from Urban Adamah's proven…

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Kabbalat Shabbat w. Wilderness Torah

Center your heart, clear your mind, and celebrate Shabbat with a special musical service led…

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Queer Rosh Chodesh: Adar w. Becca Heisler

Queer Jewish folks of the Bay Area, join us for a rosh chodesh ritual: under…

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The Promise of the Land: The Ecological Roots of the Passover Haggadah

Now more than ever, we need holiday celebrations to inspire and embolden us to turn…

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Tot Shabbat w. Isaac Zones

This event is presented in partnership with PJ Library Bay Area. Enjoy a tot-style Shabbat morning…

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Where Does Our Water Come From? w. Nina Gordon-Kirsch

Do you ever wonder where the water in your tap comes from? Or where it…

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