Avodah of the Day: Gan

DSC_1189.JPGToday’s avoda of the day is…Gan! Gan means garden in Hebrew but at Mosh it means one thing; hanging out with the goats. Just kidding – they do a lot more than that. They start by weeding out the plants. In our gan we have various plants growing. Most of them are vegetables but some are fruits. We grow potatoes, kale, tomatoes and more! Then they go on to feed goats. There are also chickens but there’s not much to do with them. The chanichimot (campers) also take the compost from the chadar ochel (dining hall) to the compost pit at the gan so that the plants can grow better.

The gan specialists, E and Becca, are planning on planting new things very soon. Gan is a fun and exciting avoda!

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