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Name:
Urban Adamah Farm
Address:
1050 Parker Street, Berkeley, CA, 94702, United States

Upcoming Events At This Venue

August 18, 2014

Love to make things with your hands? Step back in time and explore age-old crafting techniques during our week of village crafts. From tie dying to harvesting herbs for our own herbal remedies, you will experience fun earth-friendly crafting projects that are sure to delight all of your senses. For inspiration, we will also explore the diverse origin stories of our favorite foods and family trees.

This camp is for rising 1st through 5th graders.

Start: August 18, 2014 9:00 am
End: August 22, 2014 3:00 pm

August 24, 2014

Come see our farm through the eyes of its chief steward and farmer, and find out the answers to these questions and more on our behind-the-scenes farm tour with Willow Rosenthal: What do we grow and why? How has the farm evolved since we planted our first raised beds three years ago? How do carrots, kale, bees, goats, fish, worms and chickens form an interconnected ecosystem that produces an extraordinary abundance of produce and protein in a relatively small footprint right here in West Berkeley?

This family-friendly event is free. We ask that you kindly register in advance so we may know how many people to expect. Like all events here on the farm, we ask that you bring a canned food item to contribute to our food bank.

Date: August 24, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: Free

Aquaponics provides an opportunity for farmers, especially those in urban locations, to grow safe, pure, organic food without the risk of touching contaminated soils. Astonishingly, in ideal conditions, aquaponics can grow a full head of lettuce two to three times faster than if grown in soil.

Learn how you can raise fish and plants together in a symbiotic relationship. With an established functional system as our guide, we’ll discover how it all works: including types of fish and plants well-suited for systems, options for assembling your own home system from readily available materials, and troubleshooting.

As with every Urban Adamah event, please bring a canned good to donate to our food bank.

Date: August 24, 2014 12:00 pm
Cost: Free

Urban Adamah Farm in West Berkeley is being built with the labor and love of thousands of individuals. Join us for an upcoming work party! Work parties are open to small groups and individuals ages 12 and up. (Children ages 12-18 must be accompanied by an adult.) Work may include any number of farm chores, such as weeding, planting, harvesting, moving soil, mulching, watering, or chicken care.

As with all events here on the farm, we ask that you bring a canned food item to contribute to our food bank.

Date: August 24, 2014 2:00 pm
Cost: Free

September 14, 2014

Come celebrate the birthday of the Earth by getting your hands dirty—or earthy—as we learn how to make soil for our planet.  We’ll make worm composting bins and explore the ancient Jewish story of how humans were created—out of the earth. Every family will leave with their own worm composting bin.

All Family Farm gatherings also include sharing stories and music, exploring and tasting the latest delights growing on the farm, and preparing for Jewish holidays in a particularly hands-on farmy sort of way.

Date: September 14, 2014 2:00 pm
Cost: $8

October 19, 2014

Come see our farm through the eyes of its chief steward and farmer, and find out the answers to these questions and more on our behind-the-scenes farm tour with Willow Rosenthal.

What do we grow and why? How has the farm evolved since we planted our first raised beds three years ago? How do carrots, kale, bees, goats, fish, worms and chickens form an interconnected ecosystem that produces an extraordinary abundance of produce and protein in a relatively small footprint right here in West Berkeley?

Date: October 19, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: Free, please go online to register in advance.

Urban Adamah Farm in West Berkeley is being built with the labor and love of thousands of individuals. Join us for an upcoming work party!

Work parties are open to small groups and individuals ages 12 and up. (Children ages 12-18 must be accompanied by an adult.) Work may include any number of farm chores, such as weeding, planting, harvesting, moving soil, mulching, watering, or chicken care.

Date: October 19, 2014 2:00 pm
Cost: Free

November 9, 2014

It’s harvest time! Join us as we harvest our fall corn crop and transform the rainbow colored kernels of our Mayan heritage corn into multi-colored tortillas.  We’ll feast on our tortillas and celebrate the incredible diversity of both our corn, and our human family.

All Family Farm gatherings also include sharing stories and music, exploring and tasting the latest delights growing on the farm, and preparing for Jewish holidays in a particularly hands-on farmy sort of way.

Date: November 9, 2014 2:00 pm
Cost: $8