The Ein-Shemer Kibbutz Green House: A quintessential Israeli Institution

The Ein-Shemer Kibbutz Green House is a very Israel Institution started in 1977 by Avital Geva an  artist and resident. Beginning as a communal garden the project is now a 24 hour public resource for innovative education, environmental activism and interfaith work. On the New Blue Review we chatted to the son of the founder Noam Geva who now runs the Green House. 

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