"The new agriculture needs to be values-based. It has to be ecologically sound.
here has to be a social justice piece.
and it needs to be rerooted into our culture."
Adama Chaya (Living soil) specializes in developing an agro-ecological practises for farms and community agriculture.
We care for developing the vitality of the soil, building up ecological sustainability and connecting growers with the community.
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Founder of Adama Chaya Center for Biodynamic Agriculture.
Consultant and field instructor in organic, biodynamic, and agroecological practises
Liron is currently researching methods for assimilating agriculture practises supporting biodiversity conservation at the laboratory of Prof. Tamar Dayan-Tel Aviv University.