Food Waste Weekend is a first of its kind opportunity for the clergy of all faiths to speak to their congregations about the waste of food in America, each from their own faith perspective. Access this website here.
The Hazon Seal NYC Cohort met for the first time! We got acquainted and launched out annual initiative for composting. Mara Moss from the NYC Department of Sanitation presented and explained local resources, answered questions and provided much needed clarity regarding the various local programs Listen to a recording of the meeting and watch […]
From Fast Company, March 2019 A relatively painless guide to cutting plastic out of your life You already carry a reusable grocery bag, straw, and water bottle. Are you ready to take your fight against plastic to the next level? Continue reading Or click here to download a PDF of the article (with no pictures)
Technology has become an integral component of our lives – on both an individual and societal level. Gadgets exist to handle so much of our communication and work, from smart phones, to laptops, to iPods and iPads, you name it. We replace our tech-devices as frequently as the latest available upgrade, leaving behind a block […]
This comprehensive list provides a guide of how to recycle hundreds of products. Access this resource here.
This program is an introduction to recycling at day camp through teaching about the Jewish concept of baal tashchit with a modality of hands on activities presented each Wednesday- known as “Wasteless Wednesdays”. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the Jewish concept of baal tashchit- do not waste – with various hands on activities […]
The process of composting is an accessible way to get connected to sustainability efforts. Here are a few angles with which to introduce the concept to children. These curricula were prepared as part of the JOFEE Fellowship. “Bal Taschit/Compost” is a curriculum designed by Jaclyn Kellner for children aged 10-12. This program is an introduction to […]
Videos and educational resources about consumerism that explore how our everyday choices are connected to global environmental, economic, and social challenges.
A fun troupe of musicians that offers workshops about how to make musical instruments out of waste materials.
Donate old or unused building materials to Big Reuse; pick up the items you still need from their extensive collections.