Housing & Food:
Participants are housed in spacious geodesic domes or yurts on a hilltop overlooking the farm. Each dome is equipped with beds, quilts and shelving. Community living space includes indoor and outdoor solar showers, compost toilets, classrooms, a shared kitchen, a library and a peaceful, several communal domes, and secluded areas reserved for meditation, prayer and personal reflection.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared on rotational basis and shared communally. All meals on the farm are vegetarian.
As an Eco-Israel participant, the farm is free to be your home as much as you wish to make it one. We enjoy group hiking, yoga, music, as well as Shabbat & holiday celebrations.