Monday March 12 -to- Tuesday March 13, 2012
Key players within the Jewish-environmental and social justice world, including representatives from COEJL, enjoyed four days of brainstorming and action connected with Shmittah. Many brilliant ideas emerged, some of which you will hear more about during the months ahead. This cycle we will ensure renewed emphasis on one of the most vital, earthy, sustainable and moral rituals that our people has ever generated.
Click here for more information about the Shmittah Summit and Beit Midrash organized by Kayam Farm at Pearlstone.