Recently we had the honor to host Kim Carson, a reporter and media person, here at Neot Kedumim. She was accompanied be Iris One of our senior staff, who took her to a longa and emotional guided tour around the reserve. Along the tour they planted a sapling of an oak tree to revive the ancient forest of milk and honey. They harvested olives and made olive oil using the ancient Talmudic time oil press and had a lot of fun preparing the Za'atar spice from dried hyssop leaves. Kim was excited and surprised to see our magnificent Biblical park and the effort that is put into maintaining it and making the visit a fun and educational experience.
She posted some videos on her website: