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The Ein Harod Apiary was established 80 years ago in Kibbutz Ein Harod, located in the Jezreel valley near Harod spring, the biblical site of Gideon's spring.
A Kibbutz is a communal form of settlement devised and developed in Israel. The social fabric of a Kibbutz settlement consists of a closely-knit community that strives for a cooperative, just and productive way of life. The original Kibbutz settlements, established in the early 20th century, were agriculturally oriented. Today, although most Kibbutz settlements are still extensively involved in state-of-the-art agriculture, they are also involved in industry, technology and tourism/hospitality. On the Kibbutz, each and every member works as hard as they can at his/her assigned role, not for the benefit of the individual but for the joint wealth and welfare of the entire community.
Kibbutz Ein Harod is no exception – it is a big, busy and warm family that cares for its members through each and every phase of their life.