Benyamin Goldenberg studied in a "Heder" and in a Yeshiva in Jerusalem but revolted and ran away.
After his marriage he came to Rishon Le Zion and worked as a labourer in the vineyards of the local farmers and became expert in pruning and grafting. He also worked as a labourer in the winery and was one of the founders of the Workers Union in the Winery.
He managed the Baron's citrus grove in Wadi Hanin (Ness Tziona) and later received land from the Hovevei Tzion movement and became a farmer.
He worked in integrating new immigrants and in teaching them how to work in a citrus grove.