Im Tirtzu – Planting Hope: 100 Trees at Avichai Farm

The recent planting of 100 trees is a testament to their commitment to preserving the land and its ecological balance, reflecting the dedication of individuals devoted to securing Israel's future.

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Yesterday marked a remarkable day at Avichai Farm as the
Im Tirtzu movement planted helped to plant 100 trees, enhancing the commitment to the land’s preservation.

Established a decade ago by Lieutenant Colonel Rabbi Avichai Rontzki, this farm, located in the Shiloh Valley of Western Samaria, serves a critical purpose: safeguarding the sovereignty of Israeli land. Adi and Eitan, alongside their three daughters – Aluma (10), Gefen (7), and Be’er (3) – have made this farm their home.
Eitan, a guardian of Israel’s territories in Judea and Samaria and a commander in the Paratroopers Brigade, is joined by Adi, managing certifications at the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.

Their decision to embrace a national mission meant leaving behind the comforts of a normal life to protect Israel’s land for the Jewish people.
It’s a demanding and challenging task, requiring constant vigilance, with days spent herding cattle and nights spent guarding against potential threats from neighboring Arab communities.

The farm spans over 10,000 dunams of state-owned land, previously under Arab and Bedouin control.
The grazing fields lie between the Shomron and Rosh Ha’ayin, bordering the western side of the Shiloh Valley. Currently, 40 cows graze under volunteer care for 12 hours daily, actively reshaping the landscape.
Wherever the Jewish plow will pass, that’s where our border will extend. It’s not just a slogan, but an action that creates change!


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