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Friday, June 29 • 4:15pm - 5:25pm
Bringing our Jewish Agricultural Heritage to Life

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The Jewish people have a two thousand year old history of agricultural roots, as seen by our moon calendar, our Jewish festivals such as Shavuout and Sukkot, and the laws and rules around planting, harvesting, and growing food. In this dynamic workshop, Daniella Aboody will teach us how to embody and inspire social and ecological responsibility by looking at the roots of agricultural Earth-based Judaism. We will learn about ancient laws such as Peah, Shmitta, and Leket, as well as learn about modern day rituals that can connect us once again with the Earth.

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Daniella Aboody

Daniella originally hails from Los Angeles and currently lives in Berkeley, CA.  She is the Lead Mentor for Wilderness Torah's B'hootz program, ages K-2nd grade and served as Wilderness Torah’s first JOFEE (Jewish Outdoor, Food & Environmental Education) Fellow, coordinating the... Read More →

Friday June 29, 2018 4:15pm - 5:25pm PDT
Darwin 102