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Yiddish Farm Vegetable
אונדזער פאַרעם איז ענקער פאַרעם
װעלט באַרימטע שװאַרצע ערד פעלדער
קאַרטאָפל, װײץ, ספּעלט, גרינע שױט אַרבעס, אא״װ
געאײגנט פאַר קעמפּס, חדרים, און מײדל שולעס
מע גײט נישט אַהײם מיט לײדיגע הענט
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About Yiddish Farm

We are are 501(c)3 organization providing experiential outdoor education to Yiddish speaking children in the greater New York area. Our tours and demonstrations leave impressions that last a lifetime. Children come to the farm to enjoy nature and leave with a deeper understanding and appreciation of farming, the environment, and sustainability. Our fields, where we grow wheat, spelt, tomatoes, horseradish and blueberries, serve as an outdoor classroom for science, botany, conservation and issues surrounding land use. Visit our farm stand below to place an order for our unique products and produce.

Visit Our Virtual Farm Stand

ברענגט אײער קעמפ צו דער פאַרם

Yiddish Farm Stand

Yiddish Farm produces shmura wheat and spelt flour, fresh produce, and the only farm-to-seder table matzo on the market! Our grains are grown right here in bucolic Goshen, New York.

Visit Our Virtual Farmstand

2025 Matzo Pre-Orders Have Begun! Orders ship starting after Purim!

Image credit James Estrin, The New York Times

Volunteer Opportunities

Are you excited by the prospect of being able to speak (or learning to speak!) Yiddish in a gorgeous, natural environment? Say no more! Put your Yiddish to good use on the farm! We have multiple opportunities available, be sure to fill out our volunteer form to come lend a helping hand.

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Visit Yiddish Farm

Are you a school or individual, and want to see for yourself the amazing work we've done as well as our glorious farm? Come visit us for a shabbes or yom tov, or make a day trip for your kinderlach on chol hamoed.

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The Yiddish Farm exists thanks to the generous support afforded to us by donors like you. We cannot keep our wagon full without you!

If you'd like to help out the Yiddish Farm

Donate here