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Terraces at Sataf in the Jerusalem Corridor, courtesy of the photo archive of the Jewish National Fund

Terraces at Sataf in the Jerusalem Corridor, courtesy of the photo archive of the Jewish National Fund

August 1, 2019

We all want to garden in a level, deep, well-drained, loamy soil nourished with organic matter. But sometimes you just don’t find those qualities where you live. What to do? In her article “Rock and Roll: Terraces in Ancient Jerusalem” in the summer issue of The Maine Organic Farmer & Gardener, Deborah Rubin Fields discusses how challenging ancient Jerusalem’s topography and climate were – yet people still farmed and gardened there, by establishing terraces. Read more and be inspired.

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