Little house in the desert
On their Negev farm in Ezuz, the Arazuni family cultivates fruits and vegetables using techniques developed by the Nabateans 1,500 years ago.
Here, deep in the heart of a desolate wilderness, lies a farm. The land, 50 dunams (12.5 acres) of it, is situated in the parched channel of the Ezuz stream and is divided into seven strips, separated from one another by stone terraces. The highest of the strips is the vegetable garden, and during this season, early winter, the furrows are filled with...
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