Urban Adamah offers our abundant 2-acre farm campus for use in support of our mission to integrate Jewish tradition, sustainable agriculture, mindfulness, and social action in order to build a more loving, just, and sustainable community. Qualified non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations, religious institutions, and schools may come to the site for Urban Adamah programs or may rent the space for their own programs. If you are interested in using our site for an event and are not associated with a non-profit organization or religious institution, contact our Public Programs and Retreat Center Director, Ari Eisen, to inquire about options.

Rent the Farm

Half-day (4 hour), full-day (8 hour), and multi-day residential options are all possible. We are unable to offer our space for less than a half-day.

Our site includes a heated 30 ft. yurt, a large 30×30 ft. heated program tent with 20x40ft. annex tent, a fully equipped community kitchen, a children’s garden, several shaded outdoor structures and lots of outdoor gathering spaces. Our community residence (sleeps up to 32) is available for rent December through early June.

For rates and availability, please complete our event rental request form and someone from our staff will respond to you shortly.

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Our Facilities

 
Yurt

This 750sf structure can handle 50 for a workshop or 25 for a yoga class. The Yurt is a fully conditioned space.

 
Future Retreat Lodge

Future site of our 48-bed retreat lodge for overnight programs and rentals.

 
Main Field

Divided into four quadrants, the Main Field produces the majority of our produce on the farm. It is cared for and rotated seasonally by the Fellows and our Farm team.

 
Great Lawn

Made from AstroTurf, this roughly 2,000 sq. ft. lawn is a versatile spot that can be used as a gathering space or for an array of outdoor activities.

 
Office

Administrative offices

 
Orchard

Our fruit orchard features 30 trees and contains a small seated gathering area for up to 15 people.

 
Main Tent and Annex

This 900 sq. ft. structure has the look and feel of a Moroccan gathering space. Can seat up to 130 lecture style or 100 for a seated dinner. The tent annex increases this space by 50%.

 
Propagation Greenhouse

We use this greenhouse to grow the majority of our plants from seed. Here we sow seeds, protecting and keeping them warm until they are ready for planting.

 
Aquaponics Greenhouse

This commercial-size greenhouse houses our state-of-the-art Aquaponics system which uses nitrogen-rich fish poop to fertilize crops.

 
Bathhouse

Restrooms and showers for campers and others.

 
Children's Garden

Designed for the littlest ones. A cob fort, hidden mulberry bushes, and a wild creek bed offer delight, adventure, and awe around every bend.

 
Community Residence

This building serves as the home to our young adult fellowship during the summer and fall. From December - May, however, it is available for rent.

 
Native Swale

This water catchment system collects the runoff from our site and hosts a variety of drought-tolerant California native plants, including pollinators and medicinal herbs.

 
Community Kitchen

A fully commercial vegetarian kitchen (fish is an exception). It’s all stainless steel and easily kasherable.

Abby Porth

Bar Mitzvah

“Urban Adamah was a beautiful, relaxed environment for a great evening of games, smoothie bike blending, dancing, and s’mores by the campfire. It made for a memorable evening for our family and friends.”

Susan Berrin

Community Gathering

“I had the pleasure of hosting a community gathering this past summer at Urban Adamah. From the initial email, to the very day of the party, I was met with reliable, enthusiastic, prompt and great service. The venue is spectacular.”

Arielle Cohen

Wedding

“Urban Adamah was the best place to have our wedding. Our guests were ecstatic and raved about the facilities. The space is beautiful – full of flowers, chickens, a gorgeous tent. We loved being at Urban Adamah. ”