|Coordinates: 32°28′12.71″N 35°30′8.64″E / 32.4701972°N 35.5024000°ECoordinates: 32°28′12.71″N 35°30′8.64″E / 32.4701972°N 35.5024000°E|
|Council||Valley of Springs|
|Affiliation||Religious Kibbutz Movement|
|Founded by||Bnei Akiva members|
Ein HaNatziv (Hebrew: עֵין הַנְּצִי"ב, lit. Spring of the Natziv) is a kibbutz in the Beit She'an Valley in northern Israel. Located about three kilometers south of the ancient city of Beit She'an, it is 130 meters below sea level and falls under the jurisdiction of Valley of Springs Regional Council. In 2015 it had a population of 609.
The economy of the village today is based on a herd of about a thousand cattle, extensive orchards of date palms and olive trees, cereal crops and a plastics factory, Palziv, which exports all over the world. Within the kibbutz there are several educational establishments, including the Midreshet Kibbutz HaDati (the Religious Kibbutz Movement's religious seminary for young women) and an ulpan (intensive study course) for French speakers wishing to convert to Judaism.
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