Our trees that are up for adoption are located in fields owned by Israeli farmers in the Northern District of Israel.
The olive is an important fruit in the history and culture of the Land of Israel. In the Bible, the olive is a symbol of holiness, beauty, freshness and even a symbol of peace. The olive is also one of the seven important species (trees, plants) of Israel. The olive tree's branches are part of the Emblem of the State of Israel.
When you adopt an olive tree, you will be sponsoring the tree until that year's harvest. During that time, the Israeli farmer will take care of all of your tree's needs such as trimming, watering and weeding.
And finally, at the end of the season, the farmer will harvest the olives from your tree and produce Kosher Extra Virgin olive oil. The label on the bottles will display your name and the bottles will be sent to your home wherever you live in the world!
You are invited to visit your tree in Israel and enjoy a tour from the farmer just like seen in the video on this page.
One of Seven
The Olive tree is one of the Seven Species Praised in the Land of Israel. Seven fruits and grains mentioned and praised in the Bible as typical of the land of Israel.
TThe olive tree was discovered ALL around Israel over 6000 years ago. The tree is mentioned in the bible numerous times and was used in the temple to light the Menorah. The olive tree has been a place of honor in human culture for over 8,000 years. Already at the Olympic Games in ancient Greece, the victorious coronation was with foreigners interwoven with olive branches. Paintings of olive trees are found on ancient Greek urns, the Romans used the olive branches for rituals.
The olive tree’s branch is a universal symbol of peace and appears in different places such as: in the IDF’s logo, In the IDF’s ranking system, in the emblem of the state of Israel and it’s police force, and even in the emblem of the UN.
Connection to the land
The olive tree has the ability to deepen it's roots In the rough soil of Israel – a symbol of the Jewish People being able to deepen their roots in the land.
Today, There are olive trees that are over 1000 years old!
There is no symbol that expresses the connection to the land and the land of Israel more than the olive tree.
Olive vineyards form an integral part of the landscapes of Israel.
An Israeli landscape that incorporates a symbol of peace and hope for new beginnings.
A landscape that gives calm and pleasure.