Does Planting Olive trees In The Desert Make Sense?

Tuesday, March 27, 2018 |  Ariel Rudolph

He wrote that there was no water there and the project was “a waste of money that does not make sense!” Of course it makes sense! We suggested that he come visit Israel in twelve months to witness with his own eyes what you have accomplished. Faith and trust make the difference!

These pictures of this beautiful anemone and other flowers were photographed in the Negev desert, in the area right next to our vineyard and olive grove, and although the area looks sandy and dry, it still produces such beautiful flowers!

The first 1,000 olive trees were planted on March 15.

Another 1000 olive trees are planned to be planted in late April and due to continued demand from all corners of the earth we are planning a 3rd planting of an additional 1000 olive trees around the Jewish Sukkot festival in September.

Thank you for your support and commitment to our desert greening project!

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