The Gann Farm


Shomrei Adamah will run Tuesday, August 6, 2024 – Friday, August 16, 2024

Hours are Tuesday to Thursday from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm and Friday from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm.

Click here for the Shomrei Adamah at the Gann Farm application! APPLY HERE!

Once an application has been filled out, we will be in touch to schedule an on-farm working interview. During the interview, participants will have a chance to ask questions about the program as well as to try working on the farm. Following the interview, staff will review the application and interview, check references, and be in touch as to whether the applicant has been accepted. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the cohort is full.

Please feel free to reach out to Gann Farmer Noah Weinberg,, with any questions.


This is a paid, educational internship. Participants will earn a stipend of $25/day ($200 for the two weeks).
Do you want to spend two weeks of your summer working the land and cooking fresh food in Jewish community?  Join us at Shomrei Adamah on the Gann Farm!


Shomrei Adamah is a 2 week, hands-on, paid summer experience for young people entering 9th through 12th grade. We will build a vibrant Jewish community through physical work, cooking farm-fresh meals, singing, and learning about the relationships between Judaism, justice, and agriculture.


Contact the Gann Farm

Noah Weinberg

Jewish Life & Farm Education Coordinator


Core Components of Shomrei Adamah





This program is inspired by Abundance Farm’s Shefa program, as well as the Food Project’s Seed Crew program, and we are grateful for their generosity in sharing wisdom, language, and educational resources.

**Land Acknowledgement**

The Gann Farm acknowledges the sacred land where we farm, teach, learn, and build community, which has been a site of human activity for many thousands of years, long before we started applying our own stories and traditions to this land. This land is the sacred home of the Massachusett and their neighbors the Wampanoag, Pawtucket, and Nipmuc Peoples, who stewarded this land for hundreds of generations. Today, the Boston area is home to thousands of Indigenous people from across Turtle Island, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to live and work the land here.

For more than five hundred years, Indigenous communities across the Americas have demonstrated resilience and resistance in the face of violent efforts by invaders to separate them from their land, culture, and community. Too often their history is erased. As Jews we have experienced exile and persecution, and as part of the larger process of decolonization and reconciliation, we extend our respect to citizens of these Nations who live here today, and their ancestors who have lived here for over five hundred generations, and to all Indigenous people. We also affirm that this acknowledgement is insufficient. It does not undo the harm that has been done and continues to be perpetrated now against Indigenous people, their culture, land, and water.

We have begun to build a relationship with the Native Land Conservancy, a local “Native-run land conservation group with a mission to preserve healthy landscapes for all living things and help restore land back to its original state wherever possible.” Inspired by the practice of Maaser (tithing) we have begun to give a land tax of 5% of our sales to NLC, to support their work of land access and restoration for local native communities.

(Inspired by the land acknowledgments of the Adamah/Isabella Freedman, Kavod, and the Upstander project.)