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Mitch Burnie

‘I see pride in young Jews when they hear about a Jewish urban farm’

As he farewells the grassroots project he founded, MITCH BURNIE says Adamama tapped into a desire for experiential Judaism - community as an act of doing not just feeling.

Sydney’s urban Jewish farm looks for new digs

Adamama is looking for a temporary new home ahead of Hakoah’s redevelopment of the White City site. Manager Mitch Burnie tells Paula Towers what space he needs

In a pickle and proud of it: Sydney’s Jewish farmers use brine not brawn

PAULA TOWERS: Adamama’s pickle courses have attracted people from all ages; the pickles have been bottled and are selling strongly – just in time for the community farm’s first anniversary

A roots experience: Australia’s first urban Jewish farm

Once were farmers: Mitch Burnie, manager of the inner-Sydney project, takes Paula Towers on a tour of his “office” and explains the popularity of the new Jewish farming movement

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