Book your school or community group trip
We welcome community and school trips to Sadeh. This is your chance to explore Sadeh, meet the community and engage with our farm. We tailor the trip to your group’s age and other requirements.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry.
Discover nature with Sadeh school programme
Sadeh has traditionally been a place for children to experience Jewish outdoor education. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, children have not been able to visit the site and have had reduced access to other outdoor education opportunities. The mental and physical health benefits of outdoor play and the effectiveness of outdoor learning approaches are well known. Children who spend more time outside during the day have also shown improved concentration, increased productivity, better behaviour, more positive relationships amongst their peer group and increased emotional wellbeing. Sadeh has therefore created an educational resource pack, incorporating its onsite ‘Nature Trail’, to provide meaningful Jewish outdoor learning for Year Two classes. The final class is a trip to Sadeh and an opportunity to engage hands on with the farm.
The programme is created in conjunction with PaJes and is a collaboration between Talia Chain (Sadeh CEO), Jessica Knight (Sadeh Head of Creative) and Rachel Clark (educational consultant).
Please be in touch with email@example.com if your school would like to run the Year Two Discovering Nature with Sadeh programme.
We subsidise these trips through generous donors so all school children can attend no matter their circumstances. There is an option to donate specifically to support schools coming to Sadeh here.
The Sadeh Fellowship is a three-month residential program for adults that integrates food growing, regenerative land management, Jewish learning, and communal living. The fellowship program also weaves in themes of food justice, social action, and leadership. Fellows live, learn, and work at Sadeh farm based in Kent.
Please email Reu@sadehfarm.co.uk for more information
Fellows spend time learning and practicing sustainable agriculture on our 6 acres of land in Kent. They are involved in food growing, food preserving and land management including: maintaining soil health, bed preparation, harvesting, fermenting, planting, organic pest control, hedgerow maintenance, tree work, and animal care (chickens). Fellows take on significant responsibility for farm and site chores; their work keeps the Sadeh land alive and thriving.
Here’s an example of a weekly timetable given
to people on the Fellowship programme
Lone goat brewing company
Sadeh’s Farmhouse nano brewery!
Our brewery produces small batch craft beers made from hops grown onsite. We use rare farmhouse yeasts to give our beers a unique character.
We host beer and pickle tastings where we discuss why pickling is political, how preserving intersects with food justice, over or understated fermentation health benefits, and how food work and land work go hand in hand with human and planetary health. We chat all things craft and why small batch and local production is a radical move in a mass-production, throw away culture. Feel free to come and talk to us about this beautiful and growing relationship, or grab a beer and a pickled carrot with your feet up under Sadeh’s big oak tree.
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