Sadeh Collaborators 

One of the ways that Sadeh grows community is by partnering with people who are experts in a particular area that intersects with one or several of Sadeh’s interests. Over the years we’ve welcomed people with backgrounds in building Jewish Community, ecology and environmental studies. When people come to Sadeh with their specific skill set, the benefits to us are that they impart knowledge and experience within the Sadeh family, for example through giving workshops; they often bring members of their own network who get involved with the farm thereby extending our community and growing the Sadeh family; and they include Sadeh in their own social media broadcasts, which expands the number of people who hear about our work. 
Currently, Niellah Arboine is spending a year at Sadeh as our artist in resident. They run workshops for Sadeh participants on Land Justice and Nature writing as well as growing Carribean vegetables in our market garden, co-organising BIPOC land retreats and supper clubs at Sadeh weaving the connection between culture, food growing, cooking and community THIS BIT COULD HAVE MORE/BE BETTER. Learn more about Niellah here:

Niellah Arboine is a writer, editor and broadcaster from south London. Her work centres on the intersections of nature, politics, culture and identity. Currently, Niellah is the deputy editor at Where the Leaves Fall and is an original member of gal-dem and the former lifestyle editor. You can find their words in a number of publications including Guardian, iD, Vogue, Time Out London, Independent, Dazed, VICE and ELLE. Niellah co-hosted the award-winning podcast Growing up with gal-dem, she was shortlisted for the Nan Shepherd Prize 2021 for nature writing and hosted a documentary for BBC Radio 4 on Black journalists in the UK. Find her food instagram account here.