Hazon’s New York Ride is held over 4 days during Labor Day weekend in the New York area and draws over 300 participants from across the country. Rider fundraising supports the work of Hazon and its major partners. A series of smaller grants are allocated to projects in the Jewish community.
The Arava Institute & Hazon Israel Ride is held annually over 7 days in the Fall. The Israel Ride is a 200-300 mile journey that provides participants the opportunity to experience the beauty and challenges of the Israeli landscape in a whole new way.
Retreats at Isabella Freedman take place throughout the year. Click here for a full list of upcoming retreats.
The Hazon Food Conference brings together foodies, educators, rabbis, farmers, nutritionists, chefs, food writers, and families who share a passion for learning about and celebrating food.
The Adamah Fellowship is a three-month leadership training program for Jewish young adults in their 20s that integrates organic farming, sustainable living, Jewish learning, community building and contemplative spiritual practice.
Teva is a transformative experience twice over: first, for the middle-school students who come for four days at a time to connect Jewish tradition and ecological stewardship; and secondly, for the 20-somethings (and a few 30-somethings) who live at Teva for 10 weeks at a time, teaching the intensive Teva programs.