A Kibbutz-Inspired Community

& Place-Based Education Center

Sukkot on the Farm

 September 25 – 26

Summer Camp Programs

Camps for All Ages  

Fun on the Farm, Explore the Woods, Revitalize in the River, Create a Sense of Place

Join us in the Beautiful Mad River Valley of Vermont!

Nurture your spirit, get your hands dirty, connect with like-minded people and enjoy the great outdoors at our 91-acre kibbutz-inspired village in the heart of the Mad River Valley.

We are a multi-generational, ecologically-driven community of individuals and families actively building a meaningful, integrated life experience based on authenticity, connection to land, spirituality, resiliency, communication and collaboration. Together we are redefining community, regenerating land and revitalizing culture.

Whether you join us for a seasonal event, a day on the farm, an enrichment program or a lifetime of residential earth-based living, you’ll find each day at Living Tree a joyful, soul-stirring adventure unlike any other!

Special Events

Events

Community Day on the Farm

Sunday, June 13, 2021;  3pm - 5pm  Sunday, July 18, 2021 Sunday August 8, 2021  This coming season we will gather once a month on a Sunday to work and play on the farm together where we plant and harvest as a inter-generational community.  We teach universal Jewish...

I have always had a passion for being outdoors and helping people — this place provides a medium for my family to embrace these values too.

 

– Evan Oppenheimer, Waitsfield, VT

When we saw Sephira's ad about a new earth-based community in the Mad River Valley, we just had to be a part of it.

 

– Courtney Rose, Richmond, VT

As a nature lover, environmentalist and Jew, I was looking for a forum to express these central aspects of my identity together in spiritual community.

 

– Vermont Resident

This event was just what I needed after a difficult week. It’s amazing to be reconnected with my ancestry in this way.

 

– Farm-to-Plate Participant

I love seeing students who were afraid to touch the dirt forget all about their fears when they get to Living Tree Alliance.

 

– Harwood Teacher

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110 Living Tree Lane
PO Box 532
Moretown, VT 05660
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(603) 387-8697

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Events

Community Day on the Farm

Sunday, June 13, 2021;  3pm - 5pm  Sunday, July 18, 2021 Sunday August 8, 2021  This coming season we will gather once a month on a Sunday to work and play on the farm together where we plant and harvest as a inter-generational community.  We teach universal Jewish...

Events, Jewish Education, Pilgrimage Festivals

Sukkot on the Farm – September 25 – 26

Living Tree Alliance hosts the 8th annual Sukkot on the Farm Festival, a celebration of the annual Jewish Harvest festival. Centered around the sukkah, the traditional hand-crafted harvest hut of the Jews, this year’s theme recognizes the universal need for shelters of peace. We use storytelling and song to weave our connections, reflect on shelters of peace in our past and strengthen our ability to create shelters of peace in the days to come. Gather up your friends for a weekend of outdoor music, conversation, ritual, and learning.

Cohousing, Events

Tour the Co-Housing Community

  Co-housing Tours Join a resident member for a tour of the community and learn about what it looks to live at Living Tree Cohousing. We will visit some of the house-sites and share about the process of becoming a member resident..    Virtual Tours and In-...

Events

Community Day on the Farm

Sunday, June 13, 2021;  3pm - 5pm  Sunday, July 18, 2021 Sunday August 8, 2021  This coming season we will gather once a month on a Sunday to work and play on the farm together where we plant and harvest as a inter-generational community.  We teach universal Jewish...

Events, Jewish Education, Pilgrimage Festivals

Sukkot on the Farm – September 25 – 26

Living Tree Alliance hosts the 8th annual Sukkot on the Farm Festival, a celebration of the annual Jewish Harvest festival. Centered around the sukkah, the traditional hand-crafted harvest hut of the Jews, this year’s theme recognizes the universal need for shelters of peace. We use storytelling and song to weave our connections, reflect on shelters of peace in our past and strengthen our ability to create shelters of peace in the days to come. Gather up your friends for a weekend of outdoor music, conversation, ritual, and learning.

Cohousing, Events

Tour the Co-Housing Community

  Co-housing Tours Join a resident member for a tour of the community and learn about what it looks to live at Living Tree Cohousing. We will visit some of the house-sites and share about the process of becoming a member resident..    Virtual Tours and In-...