Stonybrook Interfaith Interns Visit ADAMAH

July 15, 2010 at 10:17 pm | Posted in cheese, community, farming, goats, pickles | Leave a comment

This week we had a half day visit from the Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb and the Christian, Muslim and Jewish Stonypoint interns participating in a multi-faith fellowship whose vision is about non-violence and peace-building. One day, the goal of Farm the Land, Grow the Spirit is to be a sort of interfaith ADAMAH fellowship. The highlight of the day was when the ADAMAH fellows and the Stonypoint interns sat down for a joint class on eco-kashrut and halal. We even got to hear about a new line of eco-halal meats – Green Zabiha – organic, halal pastured, grass-fed meat.

Here are some photos from their tour of Isabella Freedman and the ADAMAH Sadeh (field). Thanks to Katie for all the photos!

Visiting the gan (small garden):

Meeting our goats:


Our cheese making process:

Pickle tasting & intro to lacto-fermentation:

Harvesting in the sadeh (field):


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