Mission We are leading a transformative movement weaving sustainability into the fabric of Jewish life, in order to create a healthier, more sustainable, and more equitable world for all. Vision We envision vibrant sustainable Jewish communities, enriched by Jewish wisdom, authentic nature connection, and environmental responsibility, working with our partners to create a better world for all. Core Values We are genuine, open, and embrace all with loving warmth — celebrating diversity and together working towards equity and justice. Our staff, board, guests, participants, and volunteers embody diversity in national origin, indigeneity, race and ethnicity, religion and spirituality, gender, sexuality, age, marital status, and ability. We share and learn across cultures and experiences, growing together through open dialogue and a shared commitment to justice. We strive to confront our implicit biases, eradicate discrimination, and embody equity in our processes and outcomes — as an organization and as a community.
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Tree Torah: From Tamarisk to Sugar Maple
a collection of sources on trees. Torah to Talmudic to contemporary science and indigenous knowledge
shamu sadeh358 ViewsJanuary 28, 2021Sustainability,Trees
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Intro to Jewish Ag Texts
This is a wide ranging walk through Torah and a smattering of later midrash, commentary, etc... that relates to farming.
shamu sadeh190 ViewsJanuary 21, 2022
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psachyah lichtenstein143 ViewsJanuary 14, 2021
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Is man a tree in a field?
This sheet was designed to be a staff learning around both Shalom Chanoch and the torah he based his music on.
Eli Bass878 ViewsJanuary 22, 2020Israeli Music,Tree,War,Hebrew
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