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As our harvest festival is around the corner, we thought it was a great time to shine a spotlight on the little creatures who are behind almost all our food production: pollinators!

In this interactive Sukkot workshop, young people aged 10-12 years-old are invited to learn about the remarkable lives of our humble pollinators and their importance in Jewish teachings.

Together we’ll learn about the scientific role of pollinators in biodiversity and agriculture, and how Adamama relies on them to grow our fresh produce.

Then we’ll get our hands messy and celebrate springtime by making seed bombs, so each person can grow flowers and attract pollinators to their own homes, too!

You’ll only need a couple of simple things at home to make the seed bombs, and we’ll make sure to deliver the rest of the specialty ingredients to your doorstep!

WHEN: Friday, 24 September, 11:30 – 12:30

WHERE: Online via ZOOM

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