Urban Adamah is a community farm and education center. Our two-acre campus in northwest Berkeley has productive vegetable beds and greenhouses, goats and chickens, orchards and berry patches, and bioswales brimming with native plants.
Experience the Farm
Our farm is an education center. We welcome Bay Area students, residents, families, and curious visitors to our public programs and events. Since opening our gates in 2011, more than 50,000 participants have attended farm programs. We host a full calendar of agricultural, and Jewish-themed and secular programs, workshops, festivals, and performances, and lectures for the general public. We have youth camps in the summer, winter, and spring and thousands of students come to the farm each year for a range of educational programs.
We welcome visitors to just stop by and enjoy our farm and campus when we are open (generally 9:30 – 5:00 pm on weekdays, except when we have children on site for programs, such as summer camp from mid-June through August). We also welcome volunteers.
Got time during the week? Lend a hand on the farm.
No experience needed; just come excited to work and we’ll guide you on the rest. Please bring a water bottle and closed-toed shoes.