The shmita investment Opportunity

Own The

Your own Esrog Tree PLUS All the Esrogim on that tree are yours.

With this unique Shmita investment opportunity, there are TWO exclusive Mitzvos that you will accomplish by owning Esrogim.


With Your Esrogim – You will perform the Mitzvah of declaring your produce ownerless and free-for-all to take and enjoy.



With Your Esrogim – You will sanctify all the seventh year produce by not engaging in any form of business with your Esrogim. (Buying/Selling)

The Esrog orchard is under the supervision of HaRav Shmuel Eliezer Stern Shlit”a. 

Each Esrog tree is certified “Non-Orla” and supervised for Trumah and Maaser by the Mashgiach Temidi, Harav Zev Kupshitz, Shlit”a of the Bais Din of Harav Nissim Karelitz, זצ”ל. 

Owners of the orchard.

 100% of your money is going to support

the owners of the orchard that are

fulfilling the Mitzvah of Shmita.  

“We are Family”

We understand the challenges of our land owners not having a source of income, we also empathize with the plight of our larger families in Eretz Yisrael, and we know that all of you feel the same.

Kinyan Shmita undertook a mission, together with the rest of our “Family” worldwide, to furnish economic support and to impact the lives of the land owners’ throughout the land of Israel.
Your financial participation will grant them and their families’ support in an honorable fashion at a time when they have no source of parnassah from their fields and produce.

Fulfill The

You are actualizing the Mitzvah of Shmita

In days gone by, we all heard stories about the remarkable Jewish farmers with their deep belief and trust in Hashem fulfilling the Mitzvah of Shmita. But the stories were about a farmer with land and orchards that was performing this Mitzvah. In the world of Kinyan Shmita, it’s not a story anymore; it’s your reality. Today land in Eretz Yisrael can be yours; you will own land, Esrog trees, and own all the Esrogim on your tree, which is all a part of Kedushas Eretz Yisrael.

You will fulfill the Mitzvah of not planting, pruning, plowing, harvesting, or performing any form of work on your land.

Minchas Chinuch Mitzvah 85 – There is no one more generous than he who gives without hope for recompense.
And there is another benefit – the outcome of this Mitzvah is that a person will add to his trust in Hashem, since anyone who finds it in his heart to give and abandon to the world all the produce of his lands and his ancestral inheritance for an entire year – and educates himself and his family through this for all of his days – will never have the trait of stinginess overcome him too much, nor will he have a deficient amount of trust.

The Land

You have 4 X 4 Amos of land in Eretz Yisrael

It all began when Hashem promised to give Avraham Avinu the Holy land of Eretz Yisrael. The same land that our Forefathers trekked across and established for eternity to Am Yisrael, is the land you will have for yourself.

You own land – There is only one way to perform all the Mitzvos connected to the “Land” in Eretz Yisrael, and that happens when you join Kinyan Shmita and acquire your portion in the Holy Land.

This Mitzvah applies equally to men and women. The Avnei Nezer in his Responsa Y.D. 455 writes, “Even if one is living outside of Israel, there is a Mitzvah to purchase a portion of land in Israel; this is considered as if you are actually living in Israel.”
​“Anyone who purchases 4 Amos in Eretz Yisrael has guaranteed his Olam HaBa”. (Megilas Rus Parsha 4 Pasuk 5 Medresh Zuta). See Evan Ezra Bereshis 33 – 19 also Ramban and Rabbeinu Bachya.

Be Mafkir
Your Fruit

You are providing produce of Shmita absolutely free.
(מצוה פ“ד ספר החינוך)

 Our Mission Your Vision

Kinyan Shmita wanted to execute something incredible for this particular Mitzvah of

…”וְהַשְּׁבִיעִ֞ת תִּשְׁמְטֶ֣נָּה וּנְטַשְׁתָּ֗הּ וְאָֽכְלוּ֙ אֶבְיֹנֵ֣י עַמֶּ֔ךָ”

(Shemos 23 – 11)

“The seventh year you will let it rest and lie fallow, allow the needy (anyone) among your nation to eat of it.” (Shemot 23 – 11) by creating an entire program for you to become a landowner to observe Shmita. It’s an opportunity of a lifetime. People worldwide can come for free and pick out the most stunning Esrogim for their Mitzvah on Sukkos.
All of this is all happening because you are participating in this holy mission.


Why do thousands of people worldwide converge on the Shmita observed Esrog orchards in Israel? There are not thousands of people gathering in the orange groves or the apple orchards or even the avocado farms!!
What is unique about this yellow/green, bumpy, oval-shaped fruit that brings an invasion of the masses to harvest?

Because it is not a fruit: it is Kedusha.

It is not a high-grade, specially grown lemon fruit. Not at all, it is unique and holy, one of the most precious of Mitzvos, that the entire Jewish nation embraces.

Your Shabbos Gift to Thousands
What better way to celebrate the Holy Land’s Shabbos than
by providing Holy Land princely Esrogim to thousands of Yidden who want to serve Hashem magnificently!