Teva Educator Alumni Organizations
Teva Educator Alumni do amazing things! Check out these wonderful JOFEE organizations lead by incredible Teva alumni all across North America.
Kayam Farm at Pearlstone
In 2006, Pearlstone launched its community educational farm (known at the time as Kayam) providing a space for hands-on experiential outdoor education for the community. In 2017, Pearlstone Campus was born...
Adamah cultivates the soil and the soul to produce food, to build and transform identities and to gather a community of people changing the world. We grow organic vegetables, fruit, herbs, goats, flowers, eggs, and we grow people through experiences with ecology, food production, social justice, spiritual practice, a vibrant evolving Judaism, and intentional community.
Abundance Farm is a Jewish food justice farm, outdoor classroom and community building space located in Northampton, Massachusetts. We build community nourished by Jewish teachings through the integration of educational experiences, justice work, and regenerative agriculture
Earth Skills. Life Skills. Changing the World Skills. At Eden Village, campers feel safe and free to be themselves. We get playful, creative, inspired and empowered. Each in our own way.
Making Judaism flourish for families across Maryland, Virginia and beyond! True to our name (Shoresh means “roots” in Hebrew), our summer camp, year-round programming, and special events for children, teens and adults plant the seeds of a meaningful Jewish identity.
Jewish Farm School
We are proud to leave the Jewish farming movement with a "Seed Packet" of tools and resources to benefit new and emerging projects.
Eden Village West
Get Dirty. Eat Organic. Make Shabbat a party. At Eden Village West, campers feel safe and free to be themselves. We get playful, creative, inspired and empowered. Each in our own way.
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.
Beantown Jewish Gardens (Ganei Beantown) focuses on Jewish education and teaching about crucial issues for our times; food justice and working for a more just and sustainable food system. Our high quality, pluralistic programming has shown that we can come together as a community to delve into the issues that affect us all for generations to come.
Building resilient community around nature & wellness, embodied Jewish practice, and racial equity.
Pushing the Envelope Farm
The farm offers the opportunity to experience sustainable agriculture firsthand. We provide a wide variety of custom programs for people of all ages and groups such as schools, synagogues, churches, home school and scout groups.