Farming, Climate and Judaism

Featuring a conversation with Justin Goldstein, Co-Founder and Scholar-in-Residence, Yesod Farm+Kitchen and Raphaela Gold, JYCM College Cohort Fellow, Jewish Youth Climate Movement.

Learn why a teenager took a gap year before college to work on organic farms and a Rabbi left his congregation to become a regenerative farmer. Raphi and Justin come from different parts of the U.S., have decades between them in age, but have come to farming as a way to address climate change and live out their faith. Imagine with them a new U.S. food system that is healing for our bodies and the earth.

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