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In July 2013, Urban Adamah found its current home, a 2.2-acre space abutting a restored creek and forest habitat in northwest Berkeley.  With the official opening of the new site less than 10 days away, Berman is looking forward to Urban Adamah becoming a model for similar projects.  “There are now a dozen other major Jewish community farming projects across the country, but this is the first in a truly urban area,” Berman said. “It will be the largest stand-alone Jewish community farm, and my prediction is that in the next 20 years, there’ll be 20 more of them because what we do resonates for so many people.”