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Nice to meet you!
Bein Hatlamim Farm is a non-profit organization that operates as an agricultural farm. Our goal is to empower youth that are at risk of dropping out. During their time at the farm, the youth go through a personal process that develops their sense of capability, responsibility, and independence.
The farm combines social action and local agriculture by growing and supplying high quality, ecologically grown produce to residents of Pardes Hannah - Karkur and vicinity. We use organic agricultural methods, provide a vocational outlet for youths, and create weekly baskets of fresh vegetables that were grown and picked especially for you.
By purchasing a basket of our vegetables, you are supporting the farm’s activities while also enjoying local produce that was grown using organic agricultural methods (without supervision), ecologically cultivated and picked with love.
Our farm is located in Ein Irron, and we invite residents of Pardes Hanna - Karkur and the vicinity to order baskets of our freshest, high-quality vegetables.
We believe in the connection between people and the land, in the educational value of agriculture and the power of farming to unite the community around us to create something important together and make a social contribution.
Based on this vision we established the Bein Hatlamim Farm – an agricultural farm that provides nutritious and high-quality organically grown vegetables (without supervision) to the community, while also serving as a vocational and educational space.
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Our vegetable baskets are filled 100% with vegetables that were grown thanks to nature and our farmers – without insecticides or toxic materials.
We comply with all legal requirements, but have chosen to work as an agricultural farm without organic supervision based on a sense of trust between us and our community, and without the need for formal approvals.
We are proud to serve as our community’s supplier of fresh food and we enjoy the special relationship between farming and society.
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