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November 29, 2015 / 17 Kislev, 5776
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Sustainable Farming in the Torah

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3 Responses to “Sustainable Farming in the Torah”

  1. Nancy Tobi says:

    what the heck does this “fearing alternative peace activist” title mean?

  2. When we follow the principles there’s increase in our life.

  3. Sientje Seinen says:

    I like I notice that people who dont rotate their crops or give the land a rest, the earth or land produce diminishes over time or gets smaller. Nice I love the story.

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